|Richness & Poverty|
The day without work, the night without sleep.
The hand with mud, the bread with honey.
Clean hand, empty stomach
The key that is used does not rust.
Each person at his job is a lord.
You tell by the work, not by the [clothes].
The more you strike (work) the steel, the more beautiful it becomes
Hardwork kills none
The Ox that refuses to work in the field will get an axe
Where there are bees, there is honey.
If you do not sow, you can't reap.
When jobless, keep rattling the door
Who does not know tiredness, does not to know to relax.
Who is lazy dies from hunger.
Who does not work, is heavy to the earth.
Who starts making the dough, will also cook.
Sow with one hand, reap with both.
The weather helps him who works.
The work of the youth is a blanket for the old.
The chicken that cries at night will not lay eggs in the morning.
Don't leave today's work for tomorrow.
Mind the goats so that you will drink their milk.
Lives the eagle in the top of the mountain, lives also the fly in the horse's but.
The body builds up with work, the mind with studying.
I have never seen anyone go astray who followed along the right way.
The seeker is the finder.
Hasty work doesn't succeed.
A mother won't give milk to her child until he cries.
Two watermelons can't be held in one hand - Too many preoccupations, you will lead to success at none.
If you start on a journey, you will also cross plains, mountains and rocks.
A good [able] farmer takes with force the bread from the earth.
He who builds with sweat, defends with blood.
A man at home (not working) is like the devil in a mosque.
Who travels will also get tired.
All days are short to Industry and long to Idleness.
An idle brain is the devil's workshop.
A young idler is an old beggar.
Diligence is the mother of good fortune.
Good management is better than good income.