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  1、truth and roses have thorns about them.


  2、the brave and the wise can both pity and excuse,when cowards and fools shew no mercy.


  3、calamity and prisperity are the touchstones of integrity.


  4、who judges best of a man,his enemies or himself?


  5、all things are difficult before they are easy.


  6、cunning proceeds from want of capacity.


  7、you may be too cunning for one,but not for all.


  8、where there is life, there is hope.


  9、clean your finger,before you point at my spots.


  10、he that can bear a reproof,and mend by it,if he is not wise,is in a fair way of being so.


  11、keep conscience clear,then never fear.


  12、equivocation is first cousin to a lie.


  13、a great talker is a great liar.


  14、when you're good to others,you are best to yourself.


  15、what is serving god?'tis doing good to man.


  16、a quite conscience sleeps in thunder,but rest and guilt live far adunder.


  17、there is no man so bad,but he secretly respects the good.


  18、a true great man will neither trample on a worm,nor sneak to an emperpor.


  19、do me the favour to deny me at once.


  20、you may be more happy than pinces,if you will be more virtuous.


  21、who has deceiv'd thee so oft as thy self?


  22、nothing so popular as goodness.


  23、the excellency of hogs is fatness,of men virtue.


  24、don't throw stones at your neightbours,if your own windows are glass.


  25、the good seaman is known in bad weather.



  27、the sun never repents of the good he does,nor does he ever demand a recompence.


  28、the sting of a reproach,is the truth of it.


  29、virtue and happiness are mother and daugher.


  30、tall mankind are beholden to him that is kind to the good.


  31、it's the easiest thing in the world for a man to deceive himself.


  32、an old man in a house is a good sign.


  33、beware,beware!he'll cheat'ithout scruple,who can without fear.


  34、how few there are who have courage enough to own their faults.or resolution enough to mend them!


  35、thirst after desert,not reward.


  36、if thou injurest conscience,it will have its revenge on thee.


  37、if thou wouldest live long,live well;for folly and wickedness shorten life.


  38、each year one vicious habit rooted out,in time minght make the worst man good throughout.


  39、if you do what you should not,you must hear what you would not.


  40、let thy vices die before thee.


  41、initiative is doing the right thing without being told.


  42、think twice before acting.


  43、adversity reveals genius, fortune conceals it.


  44、the water that bears the boat is the same that swallows it up.


  45、all roads lead to rome.


  46、a stitch in time saves nine.


  47、diamond cuts diamond.


  48、the early bird catches the worm.


  49、whatever you go, go with all your heart.


  50、never put off until tomorrow what may be done today.


  51、something attempted,something done.


  52、hope for the best,prepare for the worst.


  53、great hope makes great man.


  54、a rolling stone gathers no moss.


  55、when in rome, do as the romans do.


  56、knowledge is a measure, but practise is the key to it.


  57、lost time is never found again.


  58、difficulties strengthen the mind, as labour does the body.


  59、behind bad luck comes good luck.


  60、all for one, one for all.


  61、treat other people as you hope they will treat you.


  62、suspicion is the poison of friendship.


  63、he laughs best who laughs last.


  64、follow your own course, and let people talk.


  65、what is learned in the cradle lasts till the grave.


  66、confidence is a plant of slow growth.


  67、if you trust before you try, you may repent before you die.


  68、adversity successfully overcome is the highest glory.


  69、reputation is often got without merit and lost without fault.


  70、your father's honour is to you but a second-hand honour.


  71、never trust another what you should do yourself.


  72、it is an equal failing to trust everybody, and to trust nobody.


  73、eat a peck of salt with a man before you trust him.


  74、never trust to fine words.


  75、trust not a great weight to a slender thread.


  76、be just to all,but trust not all.


  77、he that knows nothing,doubts nothing.


  78、though malice may darken truth,it cannot put it out.


  79、a lie begets a lie till they come to generations.


  80、a false tongue will hardly speak truth.


  81、trust thyself only,and another shall not betray thee.


  82、self-trust is the essence of heroism.


  83、truth is the daughter of time.


  84、truth hath a good face,but ill clothes.


  85、he that doth what he should not,shall feel what he would not.


  86、truth may be blamed,but shall never be shamed.


  87、false with one can be false with two.


  88、he that will lie will steal.


  89、truth will prevail.


  90、truth's best ornament is nakedness.


  91、facts are stubborn things.


  92、a good name keeps its luster in the dark.


  93、fame is a magnifying glass.


  94、a good fame is better than a good face.


  95、sooner or later,the truth comes to light.


  96、the truths we least like to hear are those which it is most to our advantage to know.


  97、falsehood like a nettle stings those who meddle with it.


  98、there is many a fair thing full false.


  99、though a lie be well drest,it is ever overcome.


  100、gossiping and lying go together.