When a good person dies his good deeds will live : (1301) lmut8 z-zein u y¢bqau ?iritfu, "The beauty dies, and its

(1303) 'Ommra l-mla?i mg, t8edduwud, "Never will salt become worm-eaten " 2 ;

(1304) Dak h~ftrba de l-bg,il ne n-nd(lra mezig,na, "That troop of horses is beautiful to look at" (also said of people who are handsome or finely dressed or have good manners);

(1305) K umsa n~al a~sen m(jn swdri d-debban, " A handful of bees are better than a pannier of flies " (i.e. ordinary people).1