Proverb of the Day
Ní déanach í an mhaith aon uair.
Good isn't late any time.
Explanation: Said when someone complains over how long they had to wait for something good, or when someone dithers over whether they should bother doing something good so late in the day. It's never too late to do good.
Other Irish Proverbs
Since the cat so seldom wears a straddle-pack.
The unusual is wondrous.
Without rent, trouble, or temptation.
No one of his surname is poor.
The world is a strange son.