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1. Return to old watering holes for more than water; friends and dreams are there to meet you.
2. Even your dog knows the homes of your friends.
3. Teeth are all friends among each other.
4. A small house will hold a hundred friends.
5. He ought to be feared who sends you with a message, not the one to whom you are sent.
6. Sorrow is like a precious treasure, shown only to friends.
7. The more intimate the friendship the deadlier the enmity.
8. There are three friends in this world: courage, sense, and insight.
9. Bad friends will prevent you from having good friends.
10. A man and a goat can be friends but it would be foolishness for the goat to pay the first visit.
11. A restless grasshopper eventually ends up in a birds teeth.
12. All is well that ends well.
13. Dancing depends on the parents.
14. Don't tell your important secret to your friend because your friend has his other friends as well.
15. Food gained by fraud tastes sweet to a man, but he ends up with gravel in his mouth.
16. He who asks you to converse ends up telling others that you're shouting.
17. He who gets annoyed of darkness ends up knocking himself everywhere.
18. He who judges others and never allows to be judged looses friends.
19. He who lends out his door should be ready for the cold blowing wind.
20. He who visits you personally is better than another who sends a delegate.
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