115 Welsh Proverbs / Page 6
101. The world is wide to everyone.
102. The young laugh when the old fall.
103. Those not ruled by the rudder will be ruled by the rocks.
104. Three comforts of old age: fire, tea and tobacco.
105. Three remedies of the physicians of Myddfal: water, honey, and labour.
106. Three things give us hardy strength: sleeping on hairy mattresses, breathing cold air, and eating dry food.
107. Three things it is best to avoid: a strange dog, a flood, and a man who thinks he is wise.
108. To sing before breakfast is to weep before supper.
109. Turning the water to his own mill.
110. When the steersmen are many the ship will sink.
111. Whilst kicking and biting, love develops.
112. Without perseverance talent is a barren bed.
113. You must crawl before walking.
114. Your hand is never rhe worse for doing irts own work.
115. Your hand is never the worse for doing its own work.