AFRICAN PROVERBS

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Africa Factbook
Africa Factbook
When we love it spreads out; it is for the whole of humanity. Children, Personal Responsibility, Meant To Be, Safety, Born, Child, Wholeness, Proverbs About Love
No child can be born in safety where it is hung
When we love it spreads out; it is for the whole of humanity.
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African Proverbs Are To Speech What Salt Is To Food
African Proverbs Are To Speech What Salt Is To Food
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Six Things I Wish I Knew Before 30
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African Proverbs Difficult To Understand
African Proverbs Are Often Difficult To Understand | Chic African Culture
If the child learns the trail of the snake, he will also learn the wanderings of the snake. Emotional Development, Snake, Emotions, African Quotes, Wise Quotes
Don't Raise Children Who Hurt Others African Proverbs
If the child learns the trail of the snake, he will also learn the wanderings of the snake.
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African proverbs about smiling
The teeth are smiling, but is the heart | Chic African Culture
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B U African proverbs teaches us to be who we are, not who the world wants us to be. Be bold. Be unique. Be happy. Teaching, Words, Sss, Unique, Happy
B U African proverbs teaches us to be who we are, not who the world wants us to be. Be bold. Be unique. Be happy.
In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges and the foolish build dams - African Proverb number 2 Inspiration, Africa, Wise Words
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In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges and the foolish build dams - African Proverb number 2
No, but I got a chainsaw if I need it! Some people need to be cut off. Tattoos, Ideas, African American Quotes, Family Quotes Bad, Family Quotes Inspirational
No, but I got a chainsaw if I need it! Some people need to be cut off.
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The axe forgets what the tree remembers - African proverb | Corgie made this with Spoken.ly
The language of the cowardly and the conceited is founded on excuses. When they boast of being able to do what they are unable to do, and the occasion arises to prove their worth, they blame it on something. If they cannot dance, they blame the floor for not being level. If they fail their exam they blame it on not having a good pen. If they can't shoot their target they blame it on the bullet. If they can't swim they blame it on the pool being too deep. They always have something or someone to Dance, Amazing Quotes, Lessons Learned In Life
The language of the cowardly and the conceited is founded on excuses. When they boast of being able to do what they are unable to do, and the occasion arises to prove their worth, they blame it on something. If they cannot dance, they blame the floor for not being level. If they fail their exam they blame it on not having a good pen. If they can't shoot their target they blame it on the bullet. If they can't swim they blame it on the pool being too deep. They always have something or someone to