Yiddish Proverb Quote - If you want to know what God thinks of money, look at the people he gives it to.

If you want to know what God thinks of money, look at the people he gives it to.

  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Let it be worse, so long as it’s a change. Let it be worse, so long as it’s a change.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - With money in your pocket, you are wise, handsome and you sing well too. With money in your pocket, you are wise, handsome and you sing well too.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - The heart of a man may be compared to a sausage; no one can tell exactly what’s inside. The heart of a man may be compared to a sausage; no one can tell exactly what’s inside.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - By day they’re ready to divorce, by night they’re ready for bed. By day they’re ready to divorce, by night they’re ready for bed.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Beware of still water, a still dog, and a still enemy. Beware of still water, a still dog, and a still enemy.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Who wins first, loses last. Who wins first, loses last.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Better to hear curses than to be pitied. Better to hear curses than to be pitied.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - To be rich is not everything, but it certainly helps. To be rich is not everything, but it certainly helps.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - You buy yourself an enemy when you lend a man money. You buy yourself an enemy when you lend a man money.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - The heaviest burden is an empty pocket. The heaviest burden is an empty pocket.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Everyone is kneaded out of the same dough but not baked in the same oven. Everyone is kneaded out of the same dough but not baked in the same oven.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Hope for miracles, but don’t rely on one. Hope for miracles, but don’t rely on one.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - The soldiers fight, and the kings are heroes. The soldiers fight, and the kings are heroes.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - When a thief kisses you, count your teeth. When a thief kisses you, count your teeth.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Weeping makes the heart grow lighter. Weeping makes the heart grow lighter.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Not all nice things are dear, but those that are dear are nice. Not all nice things are dear, but those that are dear are nice.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Make new friends, but don’t forget the old ones. Make new friends, but don’t forget the old ones.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Better the best of the worst than the worst of the best. Better the best of the worst than the worst of the best.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - The best horse needs a whip, intelligent men need advice, and devout women need a man. The best horse needs a whip, intelligent men need advice, and devout women need a man.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - You can make the dream bigger than the night. You can make the dream bigger than the night.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Once it was the parents who taught their children to talk; now the children teach their parents to keep quiet. Once it was the parents who taught their children to talk; now the children teach their parents to keep quiet.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Nothing tastes bitterer than the truth. Nothing tastes bitterer than the truth.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - You can throw a cat whoever you want; it always falls on its feet. You can throw a cat whoever you want; it always falls on its feet.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - You can’t put thank you in your pocket. You can’t put thank you in your pocket.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Better a thief for a neighbor than an overzealous rabbi. Better a thief for a neighbor than an overzealous rabbi.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Better an ounce of luck than a pound of gold. Better an ounce of luck than a pound of gold.
  • Share on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn Share on Whatsapp Share on Telegram Yiddish Proverb Quote - Words should be weighed, not counted. Words should be weighed, not counted.