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Unity is strength

Unity brings strength to a team

United we stand, divided we fall

Unity bring strength to a team

Virtue is its own reward

You should not expect payment for doing things that you should do or for acting in a morally correct way

Walls have ears, shoes have tongues

Be careful what you say and who you speak to

We never miss the water till the well is dry

People do not notice or appreciate an advantage, strength until they suddenly etc lose it

What goes around, comes around

How you treat people is how you will eventually be treated

What goes up must come down

Things will return to their natural state eventually

What is learnt in the cradle lasts to the tomb

  Everything you learn in life stays with you till you die

What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander

  What is good for one person ought to be good enough for anyone else

What you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts

  The disadvantages you suffer in one area are equaled or cancelled by the advantages you win in others

What you sow is what you reap

  You have to face the consequences of your actions

When one sows the wind one reaps the whirlwind

When you live too fast-paced or dangerous a life, be prepared for trouble or danger

When the going gets tough, the tough get going

  Often, when things become difficult, people who seemed strong o who promised to help you leave you because they cannot take the pressure

Wilful waste makes woeful want

  Do not waste anything thoughtlessly because you may need it later

Winning isn't everything

  Success is not everything, what you learn in the process of becoming successful is more important
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You can't have things both ways

  You cannot avoid making a choice in some situations

You can't make an omelette without breaking the eggs

  You have to sacrifice something in order to gain something else

You can't please everyone

  You cannot make everyone happy at the same time -- someone is going to be unhappy with your actions

You can't shoe a running horse

  If you want help, or if you are in trouble, you will need to stop and ask for help

You could go a lot further and fare a lot worse

  You are better off now because things could have been worse for you

You need to bait the hook to catch the fish

  You need to prepare the necessary materials or items before you can actually get something done

You will never know till you have tried it

  You have to experience something yourself before you know what it is all about

You win some, you lose some

  In life, you have to expect to win and lose

Youth and age will never agree

  The young and the old do not always see eye to eye

A leopard doesn't change its spots

  An unpleasant or irritable person does not change easily

As the twig is bent so the tree is inclined

  A child shows some resemblance to his parents

Forewarned is forearmed

  We can prepare for something if we know beforehand the dangers and risks involved

Misery makes strange bedfellows

  When unhappy people make friend with others they would not usually befried

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