The change of fate is like the round and waning of the moon, which does no harm to the wise.
Loyalty and honesty: Don’t tell lies that are harmful to others. Be consistent.
Despair destroys some, while arrogance destroys many.
At the age of 20, will dominates, at the age of 30, wit, and at the age of 40, judgment.
Virtue is far better than beauty.
Honesty is the best policy.
Money does not belong to those who own it, but to those who enjoy it.
Put others’slander on the dust; carve others’ favor on the marble.
A slip can be made up quickly, but a slip of the tongue may never be made up.
Half the truth is often a big lie.
Early-maturing people wither early.
If you know how to live within your means, you can become rich.
The proud hate the pride of others.
Laziness, like rust, consumes more body than labour. The keys that are often used are always shining.
Attention should be paid to small fees. The sinking of a large ship is sometimes caused by slight cracks.
Honesty and diligence should be your permanent companion.
The greatest disadvantage of mediocre people is that they often feel superior to others.
No animal is more diligent than an ant, yet it is the most silent.
Pride leads to abundance, then poverty, and ultimately to discredit.
A fool’s heart is in his mouth, and a wise man’s mouth is in his heart.
Spend your money on things that are good for you and others. Don’t spend a penny by mistake.
Appreciation of beauty can be understood without words; it varies with people’s moods, interests and hobbies.
Vanity is the food of pride, contempt is its drink.
The education of young people is the cornerstone of the country.
Habits know they are ugly, so they often wear masks.
If you fail, you may stand up immediately; if you fail, you may never be able to recover it.
The standing farmer is nobler than the kneeling gentleman.
A spendthrift man mortgages his future.
Lack of modesty means lack of insight.