The stone fell on the pitcher? Woe to the pitcher. The pitcher fell on the stone? Woe to the pitcher.

The stone fell on the pitcher? Woe to the pitcher. The pitcher fell on the stone? Woe to the pitcher. — This is a Jewish proverb.

If you will die tomorrow, why not today?

If you will die tomorrow, why not today? — This is translated from a Filipino proverb


Tens of thousands of bones will become ashes when one general achieves his fame.

Tens of thousands of bones will become ashes when one general achieves his fame. — One of the meanings of this proverb could be… A great person needs others to sacrifice themselves to build his success. — The moral of this proverb, or a meaning could be Before admiring someone’s achievement, remember to look at the negative effects that he had delivered Compare it to, To make an omelette you have to break eggs. (This is a rough translation from a Chinese proverb)