80 Proverbs about Learning / Page 8
71. One pound of learning requires ten pounds of common sense to apply it.
72. Learning is fine clothes for the rich man, and riches for the poor man.
73. A handful of good life, is better than a bushel of learning.
74. A man of great memory without learning. has a distaff and a spindle, and no stuff to spin.
75. The love of money and the love of learning rarely meet.
76. With great learning, a horse, and money, you may travel the world.
77. Experience without learning is better than learning without experience.
78. Solid learning makes a man fit company for himself.
79. Diligence is the vehicle on the paths of Mountains of Books; endurance is the vessel on the courses of the Seas of Learning.
80. Learning how the Handan residents walk.