Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about danger’

Danger lies in condemning others while excusing oneself.

What protects also destroys.

Danger is being a stranger; it is also in acting like one.

Danger lies in not knowing who you are.

It takes a long story to create a short fuse.

Measure three times, check twice, jump once.

Love dangerously; adore others fiercely.

Fashion a short sword out of the truth; stab your fears in the guts — twist.

Ignorance jumps off the edge of the world alone; knowledge flies toward the center of the universe with a team.

To be dangerously unhappy compare what you have with what you can’t afford.

Live dangerously; ignore God; resolutely go it alone.

To ensure massive destruction, form massive armies, provide them with powerful and massive weapons, bring them near each other.

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