Business goes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated.
Business in a certain sort of men is a mark of understanding, and they are honored for it. Their souls seek repose in agitation, as children do by being rocked in a cradle. They may pronounce themselves as serviceable to their friends as troublesome to themselves. No one distributes his money to others, but every one therein distributes his time and his life. There is nothing of which we are so prodigal as of those two things, of which to be thrifty would be both commendable and useful. Montaigne
Business is a two-way street.
Business is bought at a dear hand where there is small despatch. Bacon
Business is business, and love is love.
Business is business.
Business is by the ounce, friendship by the ton.
Business is religion, and religion is business. The man who does not make a business of his religion has a religious life of no force, and the man who does not make a religion of his business has a business life of no character Maltbie Babcock
Business is the best sport in the world.
Business is the salt of life, which not only gives a grateful smack to it, but dries up those crudities that would offend, preserves from putrefaction and drives off all those blowing flies that would corrupt it. Feltham
Business is the salt of life.
Business is the salt of life; business and action strengthen the brain.
Business knowledge cannot be bought. It can only be acquired by long study.
Business makes a man as well as tries him.
Business neglected is business lost.
Business to-morrow. Michel De Montaigne
Busken er skovens moder.
Busque a imortalidade, alcance a perfeição Gustavo Jimenes
Busque agir para o bem, enquanto você dispõe de tempo. É perigoso guardar uma cabeça cheia de sonhos, com as mãos e o coração desocupados. Roberto Shinyashiki
Busque no interior de si mesmo a resposta e a força para encontrar a saída. (Mahatma Gandhi)
Busque o equilíbrio de seu corpo com hábitos mais saudáveis. Alimente-se bem, durma bem, cuide-se com prazer. Apaixone-se pela vida. Dedique-se à pessoa mais importante do mundo: você! Viva bem! A vida vale a pena. (Mylla Christie)
Busque sempre a alta qualidade e não a perfeição. (Dirk Erik Wolter)
Busque sempre o melhor, nesta ordem : de si, dos outros, de todo o resto ?. (Dirk Erik Wolter)
Bussa sempre alla porta prima di entrare.
bussare all uscio buono
Bussillis. en] The state of affairs.
Büst 'n klokes Kind, hest Abraham woll sehn.
Büst 'n klokes Kind, hest all eens 'n niegen Pott sehn, wenn he ok räten wier.
Büst 'n klokes Kind, hest nägen Dåch to tiedig Oogen krägen.
Büst 'n klokes Kind, liest wol all mäl lääft.
Büst du bös, ga mank de Gös, büst du guäd, ga mank de Schâp. Holstein
Büst ok to tiedig upståhn un to låt klok worden.
Bustle is not industry.
Bußväter - Busenväter. Zitat] Dass die Beichtväter wohl Bauchväter mögen genannt werden, dieweil sie durch die Beicht in untersten und innersten Busen der Frawen und Döchter sehen und tasten können.
Busy folk are aye meddling. Scotland
Busy folks are always meddling.
Busy not yourself in looking forward to the events of to-morrow; but whatever may be those of the days Providence may yet assign you neglect not to turn them to advantage. Horace
Busy old fool, unruly sun, Why dost thou thus, Through windows and through curtains call on us? Donne
Busy will have bands.
Busybodies never want a bad day.
But 'neath yon crimson tree, Lover to listening maid might breathe his flame, Nor mark, within its roseate canopy, Her blush of maiden shame. Bryant
But 'tis the talent of our English nation, Still to be plotting some new reformation. Dryden
But 'twas a public feast, and public day, Quite full, right dull, guests hot, and dishes cold, Great plenty, much formality, small cheer, And everybody out of their own sphere. Byron
But a harsh hearing, when women are froward.
But all God's angels come to us disguised: Sorrow and sickness, poverty and death, One after other lift their frowning masks, And we behold the Seraph's face beneath, All radiant with the glory and the calm Of having looked upon the front of God. Lowell
But all have prices, From crowns to kicks, according to their vices. Byron
But all his mind is bent to holiness, To number Ave-Maries on his beads; His champions are the prophets and apostles, His weapons only saws of sacred writ, His study is his tilt-yard, and his loves Are brazen images of canonized saints. Shakespeare
But all thing which that shineth as the gold Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1340-1400), Ne is no gold, as I have herd it told. Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1340-1400), Canterbury Tales. The Chanones Yemannes Tale. Line 16430.
But all was false and hollow; though his tongue Dropt manna, and could make the worse appear The better reason, to perplex and dash Maturest counsels. Milton
But an old age serene and bright, And lovely as a Lapland night, Shall lead thee to thy grave. To a Young Lady, W. WORDSWORTH.