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Book of Nordic proverbs
- One day crows feast at the wolf's table, the next day on his corpse.
- Who sits nearest the fire breathes most smoke.
- There is no more wretched thing than that which makes a goblin sing.
- To see one wolf is to sense many.
- As the wise learn from error, so the brave rise from defeat.
- Even moonlight fades.
- Not everything in a bear pelt has it's power.
- Those who leave the dead undisturbed see no spirits.
- What winter snow hides the spring sun will reveal.
- The wind blinds those who struggle against it, as it hides the future from those who follow it.
- To know the future one must remember the past.
- Not all wolves walk on four legs.
- He who fears defeat is lost.
- An impatient man will lose more time wandering in darkness than he who waits for the dawn.
- A strong tower repels warriors, but attracts thieves.
- Great armour does not make great warrior.
- Best to cross thin ice unburdened.
- Who fears death, never truly lives.
- To find out, what is on the bottom of the mug, you must drink all the beer.
- If you want to save your eyes close them. If you want to save your life keep them open.
- Small arms don't swing big axes.
- Sometimes it is safer to be a beggar in rags than a warrior in armour.
- Babbling fools attract more fools, silent sages gather wisdom.
- The more years in a tree, the more strikes for the axe.
- This the wolf knows, even he is food for crows.