Proverb of the Day
Ní galar éinne amháin é.
It's not a disease of one person only.
Explanation: Said sympathetically to someone complaining of any affliction, whether of health or circumstance. It means that others suffer from the same thing, possibly including the speaker.
Other Irish Proverbs
The windy day isn't the day for thatching.
A person's mouth often broke his own nose.
The affliction that can't be seen is the worst.
A group of women or a flock of geese. (A group of men or a flock of snipe.)
Youth is a fine thing, for the one who spends it well.