Danish Proverbs >>
(About Fate & Destiny)
He must stand high that would see the end of his own destiny.
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When the cook is roasting for the butler, woe to the master's wine-cask.
Might have gone further and have fared worse.
Philosophy bakes no bread.
It is folly to fear what one cannot avoid.
It is not the surplice that makes parson or clerk.
We must suffer much, or die young.
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