Blind (001-025)

A blind dog won’t bark at the moon.
— Irish

A blind man does not show the way to a blind man.
— African (Ga)

A blind man cannot judge colors.
— English

A blind pigeon may sometimes find a grain of wheat.
— Danish

Love is blind.
— English

A blind man will not thank you for a looking glass.
— English

A blind man needs not to buy a mirror.
— African (Fulani)

A blind man is no judge of colors.
— Italian

A blind man does not worry
over the loss of a looking glass.
— African (Hausa)

A blind man doesn't care if lamp oil is expensive.
— Armenian

A blind man would be glad to see it.
— English

A bribe blinds the judge, for a bribe cannot give a true judgment.
— African (Yoruba)

A book to a blind man signifies nothing.
— Irish

A pebble and a diamond are alike to a blind man.
— English

A stranger is blind even though he have eyes.
— African (Hausa)

A king without a good councillor is
like a wayfaring man who is blind.
— Indian (Tamil)

A nod is as good as a wink to a blind hose.
— English

A bribe blinds the clever,
and how much more so the fool!
— Hebrew

A deaf husband and a blind wife
are always a happy couple.
— French

All are not blind that wink.
— English

Better squinting than blind.
— Dutch

Better to be blind than to see ill.
— English

Better a blind horse than an empty halter.
— Dutch

Better be half blind than have both eyes out.
— English

Blind belief is dangerous.
— Kenyan

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