Listening to advice often accomplishes far more than heeding it.
Once you’ve given advice to someone, you’re obligated.
Families break up when people take hints you don’t intend and miss hints you do intend.
If a man knows where to get good advice, it is as though he could supply it himself.
How can you avoid people who say, “Let me tell you,” and then do?
To profit from good advice requires more wisdom than to give it.
We ask advice, but we mean approbation.
When we feel a strong desire to thrust our advice upon others, it is usually because we suspect their weakness; but we ought rather to suspect our own.
Advice after injury is like medicine after death.
In every society some men are born to rule, and some to advise.