Thorsten Helbings Homepage  
 Sitemap  |  Print view  |  Contact  |  Guestbook  |  Gallery

Select language: Deutsch



The homepage moved to the new CMS "CMSimple_XH", because the old CMS was not longer compatible with PHP. Therefore, a new template was installed so it now looks better. Have fun!

Oct. 21, 2017

Home > Wise Proverbs > Sayings about behaviour

Sayings about behaviour

  • You are never so rediculous for the skills you have but for those you pretend to have.
    (La Rochefoucault)
  • Sometimes you have to do something crazy just to live normal for some time.
  • Sincerety is probably the bravest kind of courage.
    (William Somerset Maugham)
  • Drunkeness does not produce mistakes but uncovers them.
    (From China)
  • Never neither arrogant nor discard yourself for nothing.
  • There are moments in a mens life when it is wise not to be really wise. 
    (Friedrich Schiller)
  • Power does not depend from physical skills but from unbending will.
    (Mahatma Ghandi)
  • A lie is like a snoball: The longer it runs, the bigger it becomes. 
    (Martin Luther)
  • Those who are hardhearted suffer from the most dangerous heart desease.
  • Who put others down beside himself is never great.
    (Joahnn Gottfried Seume)
  • Treat others like wood: You would never throw it away just because a little part got a wormhole.
    (From China)
  • Too much trust is often dumb but too much mistrust is always a disaster.
    (Johann Nestroy)
  • These are the ones which are flat and sad: Never laughing women and never crying men. 
    (Paul Heyse)
  • It is better not only to know how to present but also how to receive and accept.
    (Adrianne von Speyer)
  • We will not remain to be great if we do not continue to become better.
    (Gottfried Keller)
  • Torturing other people makes so much sense than sculpturing one's own gravestone: It is the cemenation of the imputence to be a human.
  • The very clever ones can look around 5 corners - and straight ahead, they are blind. 
    (Benjamin Franklin)
  • Who makes himself too green will be eaten by goats.
    (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
  • To articulate an apology is not a sign of humiliation but of maturation and sincerety.
    (Norman Vincent Peale)
  • Heaven will never help those who do not want to react.
  • Who really learnt to control himself will not be keen to control others any more.
    (Harry S. Haskins)
  • Most people are so much keen on having fun that they miss it entirely.
    (Sören Kierkegaard)
  • If you want to know someone's character, give him power.
    (Abraham Lincoln)
  • Who not to know how to hush does not know how to talk.