372 Persian Proverbs / Page 18
341. Who has ever seen tomorrow?
342. Who has not had a taste longs to do so, but for whom has tasted then the longing is a hundred times more.
343. Who sows barley cannot reap wheat.
344. Whoever can walk on water is probably made of straw.
345. Whoever has no children has no light in his eyes.
346. Why would a pool that doesn't have water need so many frogs?
347. With a sweet tongue and kindness, you can drag an elephant by a hair.
348. With a sweet tongue of kindness, you can drag an elephant by a hair.
349. With one ear he hears, and with the other he dismisses.
350. With this beard you want to go to Tajrish?
351. Woe is he who claims to have found happiness.
352. Woe to being a housewife/househusband, you buy one thing, you don't have two others.
353. Woe to Leili's doogh, the yogurt was too little and the water too much.
354. Women are just like cats -- they always land on their feet.
355. Work is twice done by the man in a hurry.
356. You ask the donkey when's Wednesday?
357. You became full by eating, it won't happen by licking.
358. You can close the city gates but not the mouths of men.
359. You can't escape death and guests.
360. You can't pick up two melons with one hand.