Friends (151-175)

God has few friends, the devil has many.
— English

God will remain, friends will not.
— Pashto

God's friend, the priest's foe.
— German

Gold is proved in the fire, friendship in need.
— Danish

Good friends are better than pocket money.
— Jamaican

Good accounts make good friends.
— Greek

Good friends settle their accounts speedily.
— Chinese

Hatred with friends is succor to foes.
— English

Have but few friends though much acquaintance.
— English

He is my friend that grinds at my mill.
— English

He who lends to a friend makes an enemy.
— Polish

He never was a friend who has ceased to be one.
— French

He that has a full purse, never wanted a friend.
— Scottish

He that seeks to have many friends never has any.
— Italian

He that has no enemies has no friends.
— English

He who is everybody's friend
is either very poor or very rich.
— Spanish

He is a wise man who can make a friend of a foe.
— Scottish

He who seeks a constant friend
goes to the cemetery.
— Russian

He is a true friend that loves me
for my love and not for my goods.
— English

He is a friend who aids in adversity.
— Indian (Tamil)

He is a friend to none who is a friend to all.
— Swedish

He who is a friend of the forest
cannot be an enemy of the tree.
— Russian

He who plants the most has plenty
to harvest and has many friends.
— Filipino

He quits his place well that
leaves his friend there.
— English

He is called clever who cheats
and plunders his friend.
— French

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