Dating proverbs sayings
The new owners of the company want to change many things. It is the end of the year so we must clean our house.
It is out with the old and in with the new as we discard many old things.
An apple-pie without some cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze. Give an apple to the little ones, a book to the old. If the prince wants an apple, his servants take the tree. (George Bernard Shaw)If an ox doesn't know the size of his arse he won't eat an apricot stone. Dogs don't like bananas, but can't bear to think chickens eat them. Every fresh banana leaf should eventually become a dry banana leaf. Lower your head modestly while passing and you will harvest bananas.
But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.
o in English: (Literally) Graves are filled with after-the- fact wisdom. Notes: Proverbs or Folk Sayings on Death and Dying - Bereavement -- Italy (National) o in Italian: Per nozze e lutto -- si lascia tutto. Notes: Proverbs or Folk Sayings on Death and Dying -- the Afterlife -- Italy (National) o in Italian: Chi vive sperando -- muore cantando. o in Italian: Tutto cio che nascondi sotto terra il tempo lo riportera alla luce.
o in English: (Literally) For weddings and mourning -- one leaves everything. o in English: All those who are hiding underground will one day be brought to the light.
Wisdom is praised for her role in creation; God acquired her before all else, and through her he gave order to chaos; and since humans have life and prosperity by conforming to the order of creation, seeking wisdom is the essence and goal of the religious life.
o in Italian: Del senno di poi ne son piene le fosse. o in English: Where there is a will (inheritance), there is a relative.o in English: Today in person, tomorrow in a grave. o in English: He who lives without money, dies without song. Notes: Proverb or Folk Saying on Death and Dying -- Wills and Inheritance -- Italy (National) o in Italian: Dove c'e' un testamento, c'e' un parente. o in English: When one is old, life weighs heavily and one dreads death.Jamaican sayings (or proverbs) reflects mainly our deep African and European influences.In usually just one sentence, they tell life's stories, conveying significant approaches and ideas about nature, human behavior, health and religion- from generations to generations.