Poverty is not a crime.
Poverty is not a disgrace, but theft is a disgrace.
Better be poor than wicked.
Poverty is not a sufficient cause for disgrace, but poverty without resolution to help unselfish a disgrace.
Poverty is the mother of health.
Be considerate toward the poor.
Poor and content is rich and rich enough.
Poverty parteth fellowship.
Poverty makes a man mean.
Nothing to be got without pains but poverty.
Do not through fear of poverty surrender liberty.
Poverty and love are hard to hide.
Poverty breeds strife.
The poor man wants much, the miser everything.
The dainties of the great are the tears of the poor.
Poverty on an old man's back is a heavy burden.
Beggars must (should) be no choosers.
A lamb is as dear to a poor man as an ox to the rich.
A light purse makes a heavy heart.
Poor without debt is better than a prince.
Happy is he who owes nothing.
Money borrowed is soon sorrowed.
He that goes a borrowing, goes a sorrowing.
Better go to bed supperless than rise in debt.
Out of debt, out of danger.
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A pound of care will not pay an ounce of debt.
He is the wisest man who does not think himself so.
Wise men have their mouth in their heart, fools their heart in their mouth.
Wise men learn by other men's mistakes; fools by their own.
He is wise that knows when he's well enough.
A wise man cares not for what he cannot have.
He is wise that hath wit enough for his own affairs.
No man is born wise.
A wise man will make tools of what comes to hand.
A word is enough to the wise.
He is the wise man who is the honest man.
A wise man thinks all that he says, a fool says all that he thinks.
The wise hand doth not all that the foolish mouth speaks.
A flow of words is no proof of wisdom.
It is easy to be wise after the event.
The wise man knows he knows nothing, the fool thinks the knows all.
Fools learn nothing from wise men; but wise men learn much from fools.
A fool always comes short of his reckoning.
A fool's heart dances on his lips.
A fool always finds a greater fool than himself.
A man may talk like a wise man and yet act like a fool.
The more riches a fool hath, the greater fool he is.
Never challenge a fool to do wrong.
It is better to please a fool than to anger him.
He is a fool who cannot be angry, but he is a wise man who will not.
'Tis altogether vain to learn wisdom and yet live foolishly.
Wit without learning is like a tree without fruit.