56 Gaelic Proverbs / Page 3
41. Praise the fine day in the evening.
42. Repentance won't cure mischief.
43. Say but little and say it well.
44. See that your own hearth is swept before you lift your neighbor's ashes.
45. Self-assurance is two-thirds of success.
46. Some of the sweetest berries grow among the sharpest thorns.
47. Some people make things happen, some watch things happen, while others wonder what has happened.
48. The best mirror is a friend's eye.
49. The bitter cup we strive to remove from us holds the medicine we are most in need of.
50. The child that is left to himself will put his mother to shame.
51. The coroner and the lawyer grow fat on the quarrels of fools.
52. The fated thing will happen.
53. The lion is known by the scratch of his claws.
54. There is no greater fraud than a promise not kept.
55. Waves will rise on silent water.
56. Who God does not teach, man cannot.