Halfling Words of Wisdom
one who does not know , a small garden is a forest.
- When one is in love, a cliff becomes a meadow.
- A fool looks for dung where the cow never browsed.
- Evil enters like a needle and spreads like an oak tree.
- A close friend can become a close enemy.
- He who learns, teaches.
- One who recovers from sickness, forgets about God.
- Woman without man is like a field without seed.
- If a friend hurts you, run to your wife.
- If the heart is sad, tears will flow.
- Unless you call out, who will open the door?
- When the heart overflows, it comes out through the mouth.
- When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion.
- Confiding a secret to an unworthy person is like carrying grain in a bag
with a hole.
- A blade won't cut another blade; a cheat won't cheat another cheat.
- If one is not in a hurry, even an egg will start walking.
- If relatives help each other, what evil can hurt them?
- A cat may go to a monastery, but she still remains a cat.
- Dine with a stranger, but save you love for your family.
- If you offend, ask for pardon; if offended, forgive.
- He who conceals his disease cannot expect to be cured.
- Clothes put on while running come off while running.
- Living is worthless for one without a home.
- When one sets a portion for oneself, usually it is not too small.
- She who does not yet know how to walk, cannot climb a ladder.
- He who wants to barter, usually knows what is best for himself.
- It is easy to become a monk in one's old age.
that it's for her child, she gets herself a loaf of bread.