99 Tibetan Proverbs / Page 5
81. Those who have saved one life, have saved the entire world.
82. To a tendai monk, everything is wonderful.
83. To change the the world we must first change ourselves.
84. To set fire to the wood, you need the help of the wind.
85. To spread the news is to multiply it.
86. Traveling is a return to the essentials.
87. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.
88. Water in the mouth before eating; water in the eyes when the bill comes.
89. When a king is about to lose his power his orders burn more intensely than fire.
90. When drinking water, think about the source.
91. When you die, you rejoice, and the world cries.
92. Who can say for sure that one will live to see tomorrow.
93. Who can say with certainty that one will live to see the morrow?
94. With a resolute heart, a mouse can lift an elephant. Spreading the news is also multiplying it.
95. With a stout heart, a mouse can lift an elephant.
96. Without a woman's help, a man cannot set up a tent.
97. Without an ax no tree can be cut down.
98. Words are mere bubbles of water; deeds are drops of gold.
99. You are only master of food that you haven't yet eaten.