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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Sufferer, Suffering
 
Another’s suffering is but skin deep.  Modern Greek.  1
Better to suffer than to do ill.  2
He that will not suffer evil must never think of preferment.  3
He who much has suffered much will know.  Homer.  4
He who suffers innocently is in better condition than they who unjustly condemn.  Agis.  5
I would rather be found suffering than doing what is unjust.  Phocion.  6
It is the lot of man to suffer.  Benjamin Disraeli.  7
Know how sublime a thing it is
To suffer and be strong.  Longfellow.
  8
Many a one suffers for what he cannot help.  French.  9
Of suffering comes ease.  10
Suffer in order to know; toil in order to have.  Spanish.  11
Suffering is the mother of fools, reason of wise men.  12
Sufferings are lessons.  Greek.  13
The sufferer becomes a chatterer.  Turkish.  14
We must suffer much or die young.  Portuguese.  15
When another man suffers a piece of wood suffers.  Arabian.  16
Who breathes must suffer, and who thinks must mourn,
And he alone is blessed who ne’er was born.  Prior.
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Whom can we accuse but ourselves for what we suffer.  Massinger.  18
 
 
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