300 Proverbs about Times / Page 30
291. Figures don't lie, but sometimes liars figure.
292. It is sometimes best to burn your bridges behind you.
293. Sometimes the remedy is worse than the disease.
294. The saddest dog sometimes wags its tail.
295. Sometimes life can be as bitter as dragon tears. But whether dragon tears are bitter or sweat depends entirely on how each man perceives them.
296. A man fails seven times and rises eight times.
297. Fall six times, rise seven
298. Fall six times, stand up seven.
299. Guard against disgrace in times of favor; be prepared for danger in times of safety.
300. Seeing once is better than hearing a hundred times.