Yiddish Proverb Quote - When one comes to comfort a young widow, he does not mean to perform a good deed.

When one comes to comfort a young widow, he does not mean to perform a good deed.

  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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