Proverb of the Day
Níl íseal ná uasal ach thíos seal is thuas seal.
There's neither lowly nor noble but down a while and up a while.
Explanation: Everyone has ups and downs in life, regardless of their circumstances. The proverb could also be taken to mean that there is no such thing as "lowly" or "noble", but that people are up for a while and down again later.
Other Irish Proverbs
A drink comes before a story.
Better an eye on the lock than an eye on the grave.
As bad as Séamas is, it would be worse to be without him.
Middling never made a good houseman.
A long fast and the want of shoes. make an old man of a young man.