If they cut off your arm, God will judge them. If they cut off your the other arm, God will judge you.Local Oral Tradition
This is our local equivalent of “Fool me once, shame on you; Fool me twice, shame on me.” In other words, once someone has proven themselves untrustworthy or even dangerous, a wise person should no longer extend to them the same kind of trust they did previously. To do so is not only foolish, but this local proverb goes so far as to say it’s the kind of folly that even invites God’s judgement.
And now for a flashback demonstrating the importance of knowing your proverbs, especially if you are going to use them publicly: