Every man is not born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
Every man is occasionally what he ought to be perpetually.
Every man is prompted by the love of himself to imagine that he possesses some qualities superior, either in kind or degree, to those which he sees allotted to the rest of the world. Johnson
Every man is remarked according, as he deserves.
Every man is the architect of his destiny.
Every man is the architect of his own fortune. Sallust
Every man is the best interpreter of his own words.
Every man is the blacksmith of his own happiness.
Every man is the builder of his own hut.
Every man is the founder of his own fortune.
Every man is the guardian of his own honor.
Every man is the king of his own beard.
Every man is the son of his own works.
Every man judges of others by himself.
Every man kens best whare his ain sair lies. Scotland
Every man kindles the fire below his own pot.
Every man know whe' him own house de leak.
Every man knows he will die but no one wants to believe it. Yiddish] Yeder mentsh vaist az er vet shtarben, ober kainer vil es nisht gloiben.
Every man knows his own business best.
Every man knows his own but not others' defects and miseries; and 'tis the nature of all men still to reflect upon themselves their own misfortunes, not to examine or consider other men's, not to confer themselves with others; to recount their own miseries but not their good gifts, fortunes, benefits which they have, to ruminate on their adversity, but not once to think on their prosperity, not what they have but what they want. Burton.
Every man knows that he must die, but no one believes it.
Every man knows where his own shoe pinches.
Every man leaves his footprints.
Every man likes his own praise best.
Every man likes his own things best.
Every man likes the smell of his own farts.
Every man living shall assuredly meet with an hour of temptation, a certain critical hour, which shall more especially try what mettle his heart is made of. South
Every man meets his Waterloo at last. Wendell Phillips
Every man must act in the rhythm of his time, such is wisdom.
Every man must bear his own burden, and it is a fine thing to see any one trying to do it manfully; carrying his cross bravely, silently, patiently, and in a way which makes you hope that he has taken for his pattern the greatest of all sufferers. James Hamilton
Every man must carry his own cross.
Every man must carry his own sack to the mill.
Every man must eat a peck of ashes before he dies.
Every man must give an account for himself.
Every man must go to the mill with his own sack.
Every man must skin his own skunk.
Every man must walk in his own calling.
Every man of any education would rather be called a rascal than accused of deficiency in the graces. Johnson
Every man of sound brain whom you meet knows something worth knowing better than yourself. A man, on the whole, is a better preceptor than a book. But what scholar does not allow that the dullest book can suggest to him a new and a sound idea? Bulwer-Lytton
Every man or woman who turns to Christ must bear in mind that they are breaking with their old master, and enlisting under a new leader. Conversion is a revolutionary process. T. L. Cuyler
Every man ought to be in love a few times in his life, and to have a smart attack of the fever. You are better for it when it is over: the better for your misfortune, if you endure it with a manly heart; how much the better for success, if you win it and a good wife into the bargain! Thackeray
Every man rejoices in his peculiar study.
Every man rejoices twice when he has a partner of his joy; a friend shares my sorrow and makes it but a moiety, but he swells my joy and makes it double. Jeremy Taylor
Every man rides his own hobby.
Every man seeks for truth; but God only knows who has found it. Chesterfield
Every man shall bear his own burden.
Every man should bear his own grievances rather than detract from the comforts of another. Cicero