34 Latin Proverbs about HimselfAll Latin Proverbs | Proverbs about Himself
1. He who gives himself airs of importance, exhibits the credentials of impotence.
2. A learned man has always wealth in himself.
3. A man as he manages himself may die old at thirty, or young at eighty.
4. Even Jupiter himself cannot be in love and wise at the same time.
5. Every man for himself.
6. Every man judges of others by himself.
7. He alone is wise who can accommodate himself to all the contingencies of life; but the fool contends, and is struggling, like a swimmer, against the stream.
8. He conquers who conquers himself.
9. He does not think milk-and-water of himself.
10. He does not think small beer of himself.
11. He falls into the pit which he himself made.
12. He forgets himself.
13. He hath not a farthing left wherewith to buy a rope to hang himself.
14. He is a wise man who accommodates himself to all circumstances.
15. He is indeed a conqueror who conquers himself.
16. He is wise to no purpose, who is not wise for himself.
17. He is wise, who suits himself to the occasion.
18. He prepares evil for himself who plots mischief for others.
19. He thinks nothing right, but what he does himself.
20. He took care to enjoy himself as long as life lasted.
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