Today’s African Proverb (7.18.14)

Only a fool believes everything he is told. (- Ethiopia, Eritrea)



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Today’s African Proverb (7.17.14)

The madman who throws a stone into a crowded market forgets that his own mother could be hit by that same madly thrown stone. (- Uganda© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.16.14)

A child that we refuse to build today will end up selling the house that we may build tomorrow. (- South Africa© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.15.14)

If you got the butter, spread it. (- Black communities in the United States; shared by Jabari via his “granny” from Marion, South Carolina© Copyright 2014 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.14.14)

Until a crab is in a very hot pot of soup, the crab will never understand that water can be both cold and hot. (- Africa© Copyright 2011 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.13.14)

It is  easier to fall in love than to stay in love. (- Africa© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.12.14)

Wealth diminishes with use, but learning increases with use. (- Nigeria© Copyright 2014 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.11.14)

Milk and honey have different colors, but they can may share the same house peacefully. (- Africa) © Copyright 2014 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.10.14)

The rabbit that dances on the broken branch of a high tree must look down to see how many mouths are open wide beneath the tree. (- Africa© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.9.14)

When deeds speak, words are nothing. (- Africa)    © Copyright 2013 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.8.14)

Being the good friend of a scorpion does not mean that you can’t be stung by a honey bee. (- Africa© Copyright 2013 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.7.14)

A public gathering makes it impossible for a bully to dominate. (- Ghana© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation

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Today’s African Proverb (7.6.14)

There is always room for the people you love, even if the house is crowded. (- Tanzania)



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Today’s African Proverb (7.5.14)

Kind words do not wear out the tongue. (- LiberiaCorbis-42-15241593

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Today’s African Proverb (7.4.14)

When you are crossing over a river you might be eaten by crocodiles, but don’t let yourself get bitten by the little fish. (- Malawidv031068

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