Gypsy Proverbs (2)
We are all wanderers of this earth, our hearts are full of wonder and our souls are full of dreams.
The dog that trots about finds a bone.
Misfortune doesn't walk on the earth, but on top of people.
He is born in dirt, he lives in dirt, he will die in dirt.
Why do you need two coats, when you only have one back.
The journey is just as important as the destination.
It's no use carrying an umbrella, if your shoes are leaking.
A life lived in fear is only a life half lived.
Truth contrasts strangely with falsehoods.
Do not scratch where it does not itch.
Not all men are like trees; some must travel and cannot keep still.
May you have a lawsuit in which you know you are in the right.
One man's joke is another mans "good kicking".
Bury me on my feet; I have spent my entire life on my knees.
Some lies are more believable than truth.
Stay where there are songs.
He that has a white horse and a fair wife need never want for trouble.
A cough will stick longer by a horse than a peck of oats.
A dapple-grey horse will sooner die than tire.
A lonely old crow, see someone you know, Fly to your right, sure to be right, and if you are hawking, money before night.
In selling a horse praise his bad point, and leave the good ones to look after themselves.
Gypsy Gold does not clink and glitter, it gleams in the sun, and neighs in the dark.
One mad man makes many madmen: many madmen make madness.
Everyone is the age of their heart.