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He that will not sail till all dangers are over must never put to sea.

    Topics: Discouragement, Discretion

Scalded cats fear even cold water.

    Topics: Discouragement

Curiosity is a kernel of the forbidden fruit which still sticketh in the throat of a natural man, sometimes to the danger of his choking.

    Topics: Discretion

If thou art a master, be sometimes blind, if a servant, sometimes deaf.

    Topics: Discretion

Rashness is the faithful but unhappy parent of misfortune.

    Topics: Discretion

If the master takes no account of his servants, they will make small account of him, and care not what they spend, who are never brought to an audit.

    Topics: Discretion

Bad excuses are worse than none.

    Topics: Discretion

Better a little fire to warm us than a great one to burn us.

    Topics: Discretion

Better fare hard with good men than feast with bad.

    Topics: Discretion

Choose a wife rather by your ear than your eye.

    Topics: Discretion

Do not in an instant what an age cannot recompense.

    Topics: Discretion

One may miss the mark by aiming too high, as too low.

    Topics: Discretion

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