Sunday, February 20, 2005

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» These are the Best of Wise words «

  • A good name is better than riches
  • A good to obey we know how to command
  • A little is better than none
  • A toddler is always Fall
  • A tree is known by its fruit
  • A way to be good, belief on God
  • A wise son makes a father to be glad but a foolish son is the heaviness to his mother
  • After a storm comes a calm
  • All start is difficult
  • Better buy than borrow
  • Better do than none
  • Better forgiven than resentment
  • Better late than never
  • By learning to obey we know to command
  • Cross the stream where it is shallows
  • Despise another, despise yourself
  • Don't break mirror if you see your face bad
  • Don't count your chicken before they are hatched
  • Don't depand on other but rely on yourself
  • Don't take example of another as and excuse for your wrong doing

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