Proverbs and old sayings about Pain

45 proverbs and old sayings about pain

No pain, no gain

Proverbs and old sayings British about pain

Love, pain, and money cannot be kept secret; they soon betray themselves.

Proverbs and old sayings Spanish about pain

Sorrow for a husband is like a pain in the elbow, sharp and short.

Proverbs and old sayings English about pain

Where there is love, there is pain.

Proverbs and old sayings Danish about pain

He who makes a beast out of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man

Proverbs and old sayings British about pain

The ungrateful son is a wart on his father's face; to leave it is a blemish, to cut it off is pain.

Proverbs and old sayings Afghan about pain

He who has the choice has the pain.

Proverbs and old sayings West African about pain

Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.

Proverbs and old sayings West African about pain

A boy may cry; but a man as to conceal his pain.

Proverbs and old sayings West African about pain

Don't admire the flying bird before you know the pain of flapping.

Proverbs and old sayings West African about pain

The smoke caused by meat which is roasted does not cause pain in the eyes of a hungry person.

Proverbs and old sayings West African about pain

Hope of gain lessens pain.

Proverbs and old sayings South American about pain

Pain is forgotten where gain comes.

Proverbs and old sayings South American about pain

Disappointment hurts more than pain.

Proverbs and old sayings South American about pain

He who looks up too much gets a pain in the neck.

Proverbs and old sayings about pain

A pain in the foot is soon forgotten -- a pain in the head is not.

Proverbs and old sayings Armenian about pain

Someone else's pain is easy to carry.

Proverbs and old sayings Bengali about pain

Patient without any pain, the dog is lame when it wants to.

Proverbs and old sayings Bengali about pain

Love flies away and the pain remains.

Proverbs and old sayings Bolivian about pain

No pleasure without pain.

Proverbs and old sayings British about pain