What's the idiom to say that it's better to help not bothering? In Portuguese it's something like "Better helps who does not bother". Is there any idiom similar?
When I was a kid and had to help my parents with some garden work, my father used to say humorously: "Anything that you do not do is a big help to us"
Originally Posted by Mekhet
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