GAIN WISDOM Part 7-You will soon come to understand-Tokyo Fortune Telling-

The Soul World
GAIN WISDOM-Tokyo Fortune Telling-

Listen to me,
I will give you some pieces of advice,
1. A contented mind is a perpetual feast.
2. A creaking gate hangs long on its
     hinges.
3. Better bend than break.
4. Better late than never.
5. Cold broth hot again, that loved I never;
     old love renewed again, that loved I ever.
6. Wood half-burnt is easily kindled.
7. Cold hands, warm heart.
8. Discretion is the better part of valor.
9. Better bend than break.
10. He that fights and runs away, may live
       to fight another day.
11. Even Homer sometimes nods.
12. Even a worm will turn.
13. No man is a hero to his valet.
14. Fanned fires and forced love never did
       well.
15. God tempers the wind to the shorn
        lamb.
16. God’s mill grinds slow but sure.
17. Hasty love is a sudden vengeance.
18. Hot love, hasty vengeance.
19. If you lie down with dogs, you will get
       up with fleas.
20. He that t.uches pitch shall be defiled.
21. Know thyself.
22. Knowledge is power.
23. Light love will change.
24. Like father, Iike son.
25. Like will to like.
26. Likeness begets love.
27. Two heads are better than one.
28. Many kiss the hand they wish to cut off.
29. Never speak ill of the dead.
30. Never spoil a ship for a haporth of tar.
31. Once bitten, twice shy.
32. A burnt child dreads the fire.
33. One beats the bush, and another catches
       the birds.
34. Practice what you preach.
35. Praise the child, and you make love to
        the mother.
36. One eyewitness is better than ten
       hearsays.
37. Seek and ye shall find.
38. The grass is always greener on the
       other side of the fence.
39. Forbidden fruit is sweetest.
40. You cannot make a silk purse out of a
        sow’s ear.
41. You cannot make a crab walk straight.
42. What can’t be cured must be endured.
43. You cannot lose what you never had.
44. You cannot make a crab walk straight.
45. Threatened folk live long.
46. A disease known is half cured.
47. A drowning man will catch at a straw.
48. Better one house spoiled than two.
49. Better the devil you know than the devil
        you don’t.
50. Cold pudding will settle your love.
51. Coming events cast their shadows
       before.
52. Distance lends enchantment to the
       view.
53. Blue are the hills that are far away.
54. Divide and conquer.
55. Even the weariest river winds
        somewhere safe to sea.
56. It is a long lane that has no turning.
57. Love cannot be compelled.
58. Fast bind, fast find.
59. Faults are thick where love is thin.
60. Good wine needs no bush.
61. Grasp all, Iose all.
62. Hasty love is soon hot and soon cold.
63. Hot love Is soon cold.
64. He gives twice who gives quickly.
65. If you love me, kythe that.
66. If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys.
67. If you sing before breaktast, you’ll cry
        before night.
68. Likeness causes liking.
69. Lingering love breeds mistake.
70. Full of courtesy, full of craft.
71. March comes in like a lion, and goes out
       like a lamb.
72. March winds and April showers bring
        forth May flowers.
73. Never tell tales out of school.
74. Never too old to learn.
75. It is never too late to learn.
76. Never trouble trouble till trouble
        troubles you.
77. One cannnot get blood from a stone.
78. One cannnot put back the clock.
79. Pride will have a fall.
80. Prosperity tries the fortunate’ adversity
        the great.
81. Seldom seen, soon forgotten.
82. Out of sig’ht, out of mind.
83. Self-preservation is the first law of
       nature.
84. Salt water and absence wash away love.
85. The best doctors are Dr.Diet, Dr.Quiet,
        and Dr.Merryman.
86. The best is oiien the enemy of the good.
87. What goes up must come down.
88. What is bred in the bone will not out of
        the flesh.
89. Though you cast out nature with a fork,
        it will still return.
90. You cannot make a silk purse out of a
        sow’s ear.
91. You fish fair and catch a frog.
92. A faint heart will never win a fair lady.
93. Faint heart never won fair lady.
94. A fault confessed is half redressed.
95. Better to ask the way than go astray.
96. Better to wear out than to rust out.
97. Comparisons are odious.
98. Conscience does make cowards of us
        all.
99. Constant dropping wears away a stone.
100. Do as I say, not as I do.
101. Do as you would be done by.
102. Every Jack must have his Jill.
103. Every cloud has a silver lining.
104. Where love fails, we espy all faults.
105. Fine feathers make fine birds.
106. Grasp all, lose all.
107. Great lawing, small loving.
108. He is the best general who makes the
         fewest mistakes.
109. He laughs best who laughs last.
110. Laugh before breakfast, you’ll cry
         before supper.
111. If you want a thing well done, do it
        yourself.
112. Little and often fills the purse.
113. Every little helps.
114. Many a little makes a mickle.
115. Take care of the pence and the pounds
         will take care of themselves.
116. Marriage Wedding is destiny.
117. Marriages are made in heaven.
118. Never meet trouble half-way.
119. Don’t cross the bridge till you come to
         it.New brooms sweep clean.
120. Next to love, quietness.
121. One cannot be in two places at once.
122. One cannot eat one’s cake and have it.
123. Punctuality is the soul of business.
124. Put your trust in God, but keep your
          powder dry.
125. Short debts make long iriends.
126. Shrouds have no pockets.
127. The best is the enemy of the good.
128. The cat would eat fish, but would not
          wet her feet.
129. What the eye does not see the heart
          does not grieve.
130. When a man is full of lust, his womb is
          full of leasing.
131. You may lend your ass and shit
         through your ribs.
132. You must ask your neighbour if you
          shall live in peace.
133. A fool and his money are soon parted.
134. A fool’s bolt is soon shot.
135. It is better to wear out than to rust out.
136. Between two stools one falls to the
         ground.
137. If you run after two hares you will
         catch neither.
138. Corporations have neither bodies to be
         punished nor souls to be damned.
139. Do not cast your pearls before swine.
140. Do not cast your pearls before swine.
141. Every dog has his day.
142. Every law has a loophole.
143. Fire is love, and water sorrow.
144. Fire of flax, Iove of a quean, wind from
          the tail, all is one.
145. The more law, the less love.
146. Where love fails, we espy all
          faults.Great love, great sorrow.
147. Love’sbeginning is fear, middle sin,
          and end grief and annoyance.
148. Love is a sweet torment.
149. Great oaks from little acorns grow.
150. Great minds think alike.
151.  Love is sweet in the beginning but
          sour in the ending.
152. He loves me for little that hates me for
         nought.
153. He never loved well that hated for a
         trifle.
154. Ill gotten goods never prosper.
155. Ill news travels fast.
156. Little pitchers have long ears.
157. Little strokes fell great oaks.
158. Marriage halves our griefs, doubles
          our joys, and quadruples our
          expenses.
159. First thrive then wive.
160. There goes more to marriage than
          four bare legs in a bed.
161. Marriage is a lottery.
162. Nine tailors make a man.
163. Nineteen nay-says of a maiden are a
         half a grant.
164. You cannot have it both ways.
165. One cannot love and be wise.
166. Silence gives consent.
167. Silence is golden.
168. The chickens come home to roost.
169. The child is father of the man.
170. The cobbler should stick to his last.
171. When the heart is full of lust, the
         mouth’s full of leasings.
172. Lovers’ vows are not to be trusted.
173. Jupiter laughs at lovers’ perjuries.
174. You never know what you can do till
         you try.
175. You never miss the water till the well
         runs dry.
176. Health is not valued till sickness
         comes.
177. Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Just take good care of yourself!