Popular Panamanian Proverbs
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• Half of an orange tastes just as sweet as a whole one.

• If there was not bad taste, goods would not be sold.

• Whether the pitcher strike the stone or the stone the pitcher, the pitcher suffers.

• When the eyes see nothing, the heart feels nothing.

• Among the weak, the strongest is the one who doesn't forget his weakness.

• A proverb is to speech what salt is to food.

• If you want no disappointments, don't indulge in illusions.

• The wise man affirms little and doubts much.

• Though you possess prudence, old man, do not despise advice.

• He which no one envies, has no fortune.

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