A crow will never be a dove.
A fortress surrenders from within.
A good cock can never have too many hens.
A house without a woman is like a fire without a bucket.
A lion lurks in everyone's heart; awake him not.
A song belongs to no one.
A word about to be spoken is like a stone that is ready to be thrown.
An axe without a shaft is no threat to the forest.
Dead horses can't kick.
Every frog has his own pond.
From the promise to the deed is a day's journey.
From walking -- something; from sitting -- nothing.
Give me, mother, luck at my birth, then throw me if you will on the rubbish heap.
God does not pay every Saturday.
God gives but does not lock the gate.
God is not without sins: He created the world.
God promises a safe landing but not a calm passage.
Grapes do not grow in a willow tree.
He who believes in dreams feeds on wind.
He who breaks his word shall through his word be broken.
He who has been at the mill has flour on his hat.