Fortune (126-150)

One should go invited to a friend in good fortune
and uninvited in misfortune.
— Swedish

One misfortune is no disaster.
— Russian

One misfortune brings on another.
— Dutch

One has always strength enough to bear
the misfortunes of one's friends.
— French

One's good luck is another's misfortune.
— Yiddish

Riches are but the baggage of fortune.
— English

Security is the first cause of misfortune.
— German

Sudden misfortune, double misfortune.
— Slovenian

The fool hunts for misfortune.
— French

The wonders of the world are more
numerous than its misfortunes.
— African (Morocco)

The more children, the more debts;
the more wives, the more misfortunes.
— Vietnamese

The persuasion of the fortunate
sways the doubtful.
— English

The mouth is the gate of
misfortune and evil.
— Japanese

The road to misfortune is short.
— Russian

The folly of one man is the fortune of another.
— English

The misfortunes of some people are
advantages to others.
— African (Egypt)

The mouth is the gate of misfortune and evil.
— Japanese

The bitterest misfortune can be covered up with a smile.
— Yiddish

The most friendly fortune trips up your heels.
— French

The highest spoke in fortune's wheel
may soon turn lowest.
— English

The fortuneteller does does not know his own future.
— Japanese

There are many who fall into the
misfortunes of their companions.
— Turkish

There is no highroad to happiness or misfortunes;
every man brings them on himself.
— Chinese

There is no good fortune which is
not shadowed by misfortune.
— Slovenian

Time, wind, women, and fortune
are changing every moment.
— German

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