253 Greek Proverbs / Page 13
241. Wonder is the beginning of wisdom.
242. Wonders will never cease.
243. You can tell who the good seamen are during a storm.
244. You can't hide behind your finger.
245. You can't shake hands with a clenched fist.
246. You cannot reason with a hungry belly; it has no ears.
247. You easily forget the eyes that don't see you any more.
248. You have to put a young girl onto an old man.
249. You know who the good seamen are when the storm comes.
250. You learn to limp if you live with cripples.
251. You must keep quiet or say only things that improve silence.
252. You will break the bow if you keep it always bent.
253. Young wood makes a hot fire.