Arabic Proverbs about Relationships.

He who is not satisfied at his father’s table will never be satisfied.

Your fate is in the hands of your children.

An arrogant man has no friends.

He who gossips to you will gossip about you.

When a merchant criticises merchandise, it is because he wants to buy it.

Envy is a burden that no man knows how to put down.

No path is too steep that leads to a friend.

If a man wishes you well, burn your furniture to heat his pot.

Bring your hearts together, but keep your tents separate.

Only when the fault is forgotten is forgiveness complete.

When the judge is against you, avoid his courthouse.

The world is on the side of the man left standing.

If you really want to annoy your enemy, keep silent and leave him alone.

He who eats the bread of the Sultan must strike with his sword.

Though he wears a crown, one man’s needs are the same as another’s.


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