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Japanese Buddhist Proverb ~ Akuji mi ni tomaru. All evil done clings to the body.

Proverbs 30:28 (KJV) ~ The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in kings' palaces.

Gaelic proverb ~ Dùnan math innearach, màthair na ciste-mine. A good dungheap is mother to the meal chest.

Japanese Flower Proverb ~ The most beautiful flowers flourish in the shade.

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA ~ The firste vertu is to kepen tonge.

Early English Proverbs ~ Dahet habbe that ilke best That fuleth his owe nest. A curse be upon that beast [creature, bird] that defiles his own nest.

Anglo-Saxon Proverb ~ Ful so[t]h seide the seg The theos saye talde : Yif thu ileuest aelcne mon, Selde thu saelt wel don. Very truth said the man who told this saw : If thou believest every man, seldom shalt thou do well.

Buddhist Wisdom ~ The Heart Sutra ~ Some say this is the essence of Buddhism ~ All I know is that when I understand it I will have achieved...

Gaelic Proverb ~ Cha mhisd’ a’ ghealach na coin a bhith comhartaich rithe. The moon is none the worse for the dogs’ barking at her.

Celtic Proverbs ~ Beauty will not make the pot boil. Gaelic: Ní hí an bhreáthacht a chuireann an crocán ag fiuchadh.

Mahatma Gandhi ~ To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves

Some Wisdom Found In the Gospel Of Luke ~ Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; but I tell you, not even Solomon in all his glory clothed himself like one of these.

Celtic proverb ~ If you do not sow in spring you will not reap in autumn. Gaelic: Mura gcuirfidh tú san earrach ní bhainfidh tú san fhómhar.

Celtic Proverb ~ Do not show your teeth until you can bite. Gaelic: Ná nocht d'fhiacla go bhféadfair an greim do bhreith.