September 21, 2018

Sedona Proverbs

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  • Do not judge a king by his crown or a peasant by his boots, but avoid those who wear both a belt and suspenders.
  • Anything is possible for those who think it so and happen to be filthy rich.
  • Those who wrestle with their conscience find the fight fixed.
  • He who lives in a house of straw should not light too many prayer candles and avoid ear coning.
  • He who knows not where he is will still refuse directions.
  • You never know what you can accomplish until your spouse forces you to do it.
  • He that is sure he knows everything will have no friends to contradict him.
  • Seek and you shall find. Knock and most folks will pretend not to be home.
  • April showers bring May flowers, but August heat will melt your sandals.
  • Standing up for your convictions puts you in the best position to get a running start.
  • It’s one thing to blow your own horn, another to squeeze your own bagpipes.
  • You can lead a monkey to a banana tree, but you can’t make him make a daiquiri.
  • Advice happens in the best of families.
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