Page 21 : Wisdom Evergreen

  • When you eat, it’s vegetables; when you are sick, it’s medicine.
  • If the boss is full, no one will care if the slave is hungry.
  • No matter how much snow falls, it won’t remain there all the way till summer.
  • Who can say for sure that one will live to see tomorrow?
  • A frog living at the bottom of the well thinks that the sky is as small as a cooking pot lid.
  • Make the amount of sauce you use correspond to the amount of rice you have.
  • He who possesses knowledge possesses the world.
  • The bad shooter blames his bullets.
  • With a resolute heart, a mouse can lift an elephant.
  • Spreading the news is also multiplying it.
  • The wise pursue understanding; fools follow the reports of others.
  • If your inner mind isn’t deceived, your outer actions won’t be wrong.
  • Knowing just one word of wisdom is like knowing a hundred ordinary words.
  • Don’t help the elephant carry its tusks.
  • Even if the world is flooded, the duck feels safe.
  • The person who gets stuck on trivial prosperity will not attain great prosperity.
  • Don’t borrow someone else’ nose to breathe with.