Wisdom of the East
A single spark can start a prairie fire.
All things are difficult at the start.
A person leaves behind a reputation the same way a swallow leaves behind its call.
Words spoken cannot be taken back.
An inch of time is worth an inch of gold, but an inch of gold can never buy an inch of time.
In hardship, we see true friendship.
You reap what you sow.
Those who only desire for speed will fail.
When people work together with one heart, they can even move Mount Tai.
Don’t miss out opportunities: time doesn’t come round again.
Food is the priority of the people.
Great wisdom can seem foolish to ordinary people.