A Russian proverb says: "What is written down with a pen cannot be hacked away with an ax."
Have you ever heard this old proverb?
I also had a brilliant Chinese teacher who would say a profound Chinese proverb each day.
In the words of the old English proverb, "From small acorns great oaks do grow."
May I refer you to the ancient proverb "Don't say what you don't want quoted later."
Most have been sent in by email, so the collection of project management proverbs continues to grow.
Remember the programming proverb: "Weeks of programming can save a few hours of design time."
The proverb states that we should "Treat the Earth well."
The horse, of course, also figures highly in Bedouin proverbs.
There are proverbs on this subject.
There is a Gaelic proverb to the effect that a friend at hand is better than a brother who is far away.
There is an old African proverb which says "The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago."
Therefore, it became a proverb; so, is Saul also among the prophets?
Yiddish proverb: Most people are more comfortable with old problems than with new solutions.
You know the proverb, and it's true: The gull sees farthest who flies highest.
Proverbs chapter 16:11 "The Lord demands fairness in every business deal; he sets the standard."
Cox used to quote proverbs like "The Devil makes work for idle hands to do."
In the words of the Chinese proverb: A journey of 1000 miles starts with a single step.