常将有日思无日,莫将无时想有时cháng jiāng yǒu rì sī wú rì, mò jiāng wú shí xiǎng yǒu shí When rich, you have time to dream, but do not dream of riches when you are poor 覆巢无完卵fù cháo wú wán luǎn In a disaster everyone will feel the consequences 福无重至,祸不单行fú wú chóng zhì, huò bú dān xíng Bad fortune is more frequent than good 干活不由东累死也无功gàn huó bú yóu dōng lèi sǐ yě wú gōng Only work on what is needed to be done 虎父无犬子hǔ fù wú quǎn zǐ A son is similar to his father 空穴来风未必无因kōng xuè lái féng wèi bì wú yīn There must have been signs that it was going to happen
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