"Triesku v cudzom oku vidis~, ale brvno v svojom nevidis~"
You can see a mote in another's eye, but you cannot see a beam in your own.
"Tri z~eny, tri husi a tri z~aby * hotovy jarmok"
Three women, three geese, and three frogs make a market.
O.K., I'LL BITE: WHY FROGS?
(Interesting to note that in all the other languages' versions of this idiom, there's no mention of frogs, only varying combinations of women and geese.)
"Trpezlivost' ruz~e prinas~a"
lit.: Patience brings roses.
Patience is a flower that grows not in everyone's garden.