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Top 59 Spanish Proverbs About Life (WISDOM)

Top 10 Famous Spanish Proverbs

It’s better to prevent than to be sorry.
It’s better to prevent than to be sorry.
Whoever sows wind reaps storms.
Whoever sows wind reaps storms.
If you fall seven times, get up eight.
If you fall seven times, get up eight.
One who is near a good tree will be well shaded.
One who is near a good tree will be well shaded.
Where people love you very much, don’t go often.
Where people love you very much, don’t go often.
Time heals everything.
Time heals everything.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Everyone knows if the shoe fits.
Everyone knows if the shoe fits.
The one that embraces a lot, can’t keep it together.
The one that embraces a lot, can’t keep it together.
May every mast hold its own sail.
May every mast hold its own sail.

16 Spanish Proverbs about life

Eyes that doesn’t see, heart that doesn’t feel.
Eyes that doesn’t see, heart that doesn’t feel.
How nice it is to see the rain and not get wet.
How nice it is to see the rain and not get wet.
Misfortunes never come alone.
Misfortunes never come alone.
Shared misfortune, less sorrow.
Shared misfortune, less sorrow.
Do good, and don’t look at whom you are helping.
Do good, and don’t look at whom you are helping.
To the best scribe comes a smudge.
To the best scribe comes a smudge.
We all have a little bit of musician, poet and crazy person in ourselves.
We all have a little bit of musician, poet and crazy person in ourselves.
Sometimes the remedy is worse than the disease.
Sometimes the remedy is worse than the disease.
Money does not last for fools.
Money does not last for fools.
In bad situations is where you know who your friends are.
In bad situations is where you know who your friends are.
He/she erases with the elbow what his/her hand is writing.
He/she erases with the elbow what his/her hand is writing.
One who reads and walks a lot sees and knows a lot.
One who reads and walks a lot sees and knows a lot.
It isn't necessary to drown oneself in a glass of water.
It isn’t necessary to drown oneself in a glass of water.
The habit doesn't make the monk.
The habit doesn’t make the monk.
Having a piano doesn’t make you a pianist.
Having a piano doesn’t make you a pianist.
The tongue doesn't have a bone, but it cuts the thickest thing.
The tongue doesn’t have a bone, but it cuts the thickest thing.

2 Spanish Proverbs about love

Love is like water that never evaporates.
Love is like water that never evaporates.
Love can do it all.
Love can do it all.

9 Spanish Proverbs about success

Everyone knows where to squeeze the shoe.
God helps those who gets up early.
God helps those who gets up early.
The devil knows more due to being old than by being the devil.
The devil knows more due to being old than by being the devil.
The shrimp that sleeps is taken by the current.
The shrimp that sleeps is taken by the current.
That one who has the most isn’t the richest, but the one who needs it the least.
That one who has the most isn’t the richest, but the one who needs it the least.
Don't leave for tomorrow that which you can do today.
Don’t leave for tomorrow that which you can do today.
All roads lead to Rome.
All roads lead to Rome.
Don't leave the old road for a new trail.
Don’t leave the old road for a new trail.
If you don’t take risks, you cannot win.
If you don’t take risks, you cannot win.

7 Spanish Proverbs about happiness

At bad weather, happy face.
At bad weather, happy face.
Here's to drinking and swallowing, for the world is going to end.
Here’s to drinking and swallowing, for the world is going to end.
There is no evil that lasts 100 years.
There is no evil that lasts 100 years.
Let foolish words fall on deaf ears.
Let foolish words fall on deaf ears.
Don’t look at the teeth of a horse you are gifted.
Don’t look at the teeth of a horse you are gifted.
Something is something; less is nothing.
Something is something; less is nothing.
In the absence of bread, tortillas are good.
In the absence of bread, tortillas are good.

15 Spanish Proverbs that Will Make You Think

When one is hungry, there is no bad bread.
When one is hungry, there is no bad bread.
The world is a handkerchief.
The world is a handkerchief.
The trees aren't allowing one to see the forest.
The trees aren’t allowing one to see the forest.
Shoemaker, to his shoes!
Shoemaker, to his shoes!
Nobody gives sticks for free.
Nobody gives sticks for free.
Tell me who you’re with, and I’ll tell you.
Tell me who you’re with, and I’ll tell you.
The goat always heads toward the mountain.
The goat always heads toward the mountain.
A thief that steals from a thief, has 100 years of forgiveness.
A thief that steals from a thief, has 100 years of forgiveness.
Give me bread and call me a fool.
Give me bread and call me a fool.
Curiosity killed the cat.
Curiosity killed the cat.
Money calls money.
Money calls money.
Don’t judge a book by its cover.
Don’t judge a book by its cover.
War warned does not kill any soldier.
War warned does not kill any soldier.
Wherever you go, do whatever you see.
Wherever you go, do whatever you see.
Between saying and fact, there is a great divide.
Between saying and fact, there is a great divide.

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