Counsel Proverbs

By | July 17, 2017

Sayings about Counsel

Everybody knows good counsel except he who has need of it. ~ German Proverbs

The best counselors are the dead. ~ Traditional Proverb

The counsel you would have another keep, first keep yourself. ~ Traditional Proverb

Of hasty counsel take good heed, for haste is very rarely speed. ~ Dutch Proverbs

Given counsel is all the same hard to take. ~ Norwegian Proverbs

Just as a bamboo cane forms a round jet of water, so taking counsel together makes men of one mind. ~ Malawian Proverbs

The wrong-headed fool who refuses counsel, will come to grief. ~ South African Proverb

Give neither counsel nor salt till you are asked for it. ~ Italian Proverbs

Take counsel before it goes ill, lest it go worse. ~ Dutch Proverb

When a king has good counsellors, his reign is peaceful. ~ Ghanaian Proverbs

Those who counsel do not pay. ~ Belgian Proverbs

To give counsel to a fool is like throwing water on a goose. ~ Danish Proverbs

Grief is light that is capable of counsel. ~ Traditional Proverb

In love and war don’t seek counsel. ~ French Proverb

Keep counsel of thyself first. ~ English Proverbs

Advise and counsel him; if he does not listen, let adversity teach him. ~ Ethiopian Proverbs

Saying about Counsel

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Quotations about Counsel

Harsh counsels have no effect; they are like hammers, which are always repulsed by the anvil. ~ Claude Arien Helvetius

Good counsel rejected returns to enrich the giver’s bosom. ~ Oliver Goldsmith

Counsel woven into the fabric of real life is wisdom. ~ Walter Benjamin

The man who does evil to another does evil to himself, and the evil counsel is most evil for him who counsels it. ~ Hesiod

American couples have gone to such lengths to avoid the interference of in-laws that they have to pay marriage counselors to interfere between them. ~ Florence E. King

Those that won’t be counseled can’t be helped. ~ Benjamin Franklin

We respect our elders. There is wisdom that comes from experience, and I am not going to stop learning from wise counsel. ~ Marcia Fudge

Never take counsel of your fears. ~ Stonewall Jackson

Better Counsel comes overnight. ~ Doris Lessing

If it’s free, it’s advice; if you pay for it, it’s counseling; if you can use either one, it’s a miracle. ~ Jack Adams

Good council has no price. ~ Giuseppe Mazzini

Counsel and conversation is a good second education, that improves all the virtue and corrects all the vice of the former, and of nature itself. ~ Lord Clarendon

It is said that the night brings counsel, but it is not said that the counsel is necessarily good. ~ Jules Verne

Let no man presume to give advice to others that has not first given good counsel to himself. ~ Seneca

When all is done, the help of good counsel is that which setteth business straight. ~ Francis Bacon

The best receipt–best to work and best to take–is the admonition of a friend. ~ Francis Bacon

When we turn to one another for counsel we reduce the number of our enemies. ~ Khalil Gibran

The fellowship of true friends who can hear you out, share your joys, help carry your burdens, and correctly counsel you is priceless. ~ Ezra Taft Benson

I have only one counsel for you – be master. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte

Ask a counsel of both times-of the ancient time what is best, and of the latter time what is fittest. ~ Francis Bacon

There is a time to take counsel of your fears, and there is a time to never listen to any fear. ~ George S. Patton

It was high counsel that I once heard given to a young person, ‘always do what you are afraid to do.’ ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hasty counsels are generally followed by repentance. ~ Decimus Laberius

Go not to the Elves for counsel, for they will say both no and yes. ~ J. R. R. Tolkien

The bold enterprises are the successful ones. Take counsel of hopes rather than of fears to win in this business. ~ Rutherford B. Hayes

I will adhere to the counsels of good men, although misfortune and death should be the consequence. ~ Cicero

Good counsels observed are chains to grace, which neglected, prove halters to strange undutiful children. ~ Thomas Fuller

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