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Friday, April 8, 2016

Bail Water While It’s Still Ankle Deep

Bail water while it’s still ankle deep is a West African Igbo Proverb whose meaning warns us not to ignore our problems because they grow and become bigger problems over time.




Bail water while it’s still ankle deep is a West African Igbo Proverb whose meaning warns us not to ignore our problems.


Bail water while it’s still ankle deep  - West African Igbo Proverb


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