Chance avec les bêtes malchance avec les femmes font les riches paysans.
Chance corrects us of many faults that reason would not know how to correct. La Rochefoucauld
Chance favors the prepared mind.
Chance generally favors the prudent. Joubert
Chance governs all. Milton
Chance happens to all, but to turn chance to account is the gift of few. Bulwer-Lytton
Chance is a dicer.
Chance is a kind of god, for it preserves many things which we do not observe. Menander
Chance is a nickname for Providence. Chamfort
Chance is a second master. Pliny the Elder
Chance is a word void of sense; nothing can exist without a cause. Voltaire
Chance is always powerful; let your hook always be cast. In a pool where you least expect it there will be a fish. Ovid
Chance is but a mere name, and really nothing in itself; a conception of our minds, and only a compendious way of speaking. Bentley
Chance is but the pseudonyme of God for those particular cases which He does not choose to subscribe openly with His own sign-manual. Coleridge
Chance never helps those who do not help themselves. Sophocles
Chance never writ a legible book; chance never built a fair house; chance never drew a neat picture; it never did any of these things, nor ever will; nor can it be without absurdity supposed able to do them; which yet are works very gross and rude, very easy and feasible, as it were, in comparison to the production of a flower or a tree. Barrow
Chance often gives us that which we should not have presumed to ask. Lamartine
Chance pour le mari lorsque sa femme l'aide.
Chance will not do the work - Chance sends the breeze; But if the pilot slumber at the helm, The very wind that wafts us towards the port May dash us on the shelves. - The steersman's part is vigilance, Blow it or rough or smooth. Scott
Chancengleichheit bedeutet Gelegenheit zum Nachweis ungleicher Talente. Sir Herbert Samuel
Chandelle à la main l'homme parcourt son jardin pleurant le printemps Yosa Buson, 1716-1783
Change a virtue in its circumstances and it becomes a vice; change a vice in its circumstances and it becomes a virtue. Regard the same quality from two sides; on one it is a fault, on the other a merit. The essential of a man is found concealed far below these moral badges. Taine
Change amuses the mind, but rarely profits. Goethe
Change brings life.
Change but the name, and you are the subject of the story. Horace
Change de ciel, tu changeras d'étoile.
Change generally pleases the rich. Horace
Change in the grandchild begins with the grandfather.
Change is no robbery.
Change is to be feared. Michel De Montaigne
Change not a clout till May be out.
Change o' weather finds discourse for fools. Scotland
Change of fashions is the tax which industry imposes on the vanity of the rich. Chamfort
Change of fashions. Michel De Montaigne
Change of fortune hurts a wise man no more that a change of the moon.
Change of fortune is the lot of life.
Change of pasture makes fat calves.
Change of weather is the discourse of fools.
Change of women makes bald knaves.
Change of words is the lighting of hearts.
Change of work is rest.
Change only gives form to injustice and tyranny. Michel De Montaigne
Change seeds taking them from different calabashes.
Change still doth reign, and keep the greater sway. Spenser
Change your dwelling-place often, for the sweetness of life consists in variety. Arabic
Change your friend ere you hae need. Scotland
Change yourself, and fortune will change with you.