A person consists of his faith. Whatever is his faith, even so is he.
A person cutting the path doesn?t know that it is crooked.
A person does not dispute it when the chair on which the person is sitting says the person has farted.
A person does not objects to being called, he objects to what he is called for.
A person does not resemble something in the wilderness; he resembles his father and mother.
A person does not seek luck; luck seeks the person.
A person eating must make crumbs.
A person has learned much who has learned how to die.
A person in a village cannot run fast, (take it easy, not rush when settling matters)
A person is a guest for one or two days, but becomes an intruder on the third.
A person is a person because of other people.
A person is a person because of other persons.
A person is always responsible: if his act was accidental or intentional, whether he was awake or asleep.
A person is asked about his dress not what he has eaten.
A person is corrupted by his friends.
A person is doing something but his/her eyes are on something else.
A person is known by the company he keeps
A Person is known by the company he keeps.
A person is recognized by his speech. Yiddish] A mentshn derkent men in zayn redn.
A person is unlucky who falls on his back and breaks his nose.
A person is what he eats.
A person looks only on the outside of things; God looks into the very heart.
A person moves up while water runs down.
A person must stand very tall to see their own fate.
A person never gets tired working for himself.
A person of high principles is one who can watch an entire chess game without making a comment.
A person on whose head lice are being removed, must be grateful.
A person once bitten by a snake will be scared by an old rope.
A person once wud, or deranged, is always suspected of being so, in the event of anything strange taking place.
A person peeing right against a wall most certainly has an Adam?s apple.
A person scratches himself where his hand can reach.
A person should live if only for curiosity?s sake.
A person should stay alive, if only out of curiosity.
A person should want to live, if only out of curiosity.
A person shouldn't abandon old friendships for new friendships. Africa
A person slow to anger has great understanding; one with a quick temper exalts foolishness.
A person soaked to the skin is not afraid of rain.
A person stands next to a shade not next to words.
A person that would secure to himself great deference will, perhaps, gain his point by silence as effectually as by anything he can say. Shenstone
A person under the firm persuasion that he can command resources virtually has them. Livy
A person who arrives at a feast when the cooked meat is being pulled out of the pot does not know what was endured by others to catch and cook it.
A person who chases a chicken is due a fall. The chicken is a master of the dodged escaped.
A person who delays ends up crawling, (a remedy taken in good time serves one form a lot of trouble later on)
A person who didn?t walk bore a child which walked, (a person?s lack of co-operation with others can have its consequences on his child or relative.)
A person who does not bathe, must know it of himself that he is dirty.
A person who does not speak out against the wrong is a mute devil.
A person who doesn?t know but knows that he doesn?t know is a student; teach him. A person who knows but who doesn?t know what he knows is asleep; awaken him. But a person who knows and knows that he knows is wise; follow him.
A person who goes into debt to the barley salesman will soon seil his barn.
A person who happens by a neighbor?s house at dinner time, and is invited to join the meal, does not swallow such large morsels as to break the string of pearls around his neck.