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Monday, May 29, 2017

I Am Not Quiet, I Am Plotting African Proverbs

I am not quiet, I am plotting African Proverbs; may the Ancestors impart knowledge into you about quiet thinkers.


If you are the quiet sort, you are probably used to people misunderstanding your quietness. People may think you are shy or maybe even insecure just because you do not talk your head off to everyone.

Quiet people are thinkers; in fact, they tend to overthink a particular situation. Five African proverbs to help understand, people who are quiet may not be shy, but intensely thinking. 

I am not quiet, I am plotting African Proverbs


One does not become great by claiming greatness. African Proverb. If you are the quiet sort, you are probably used to people misunderstanding your quietness. People may think you are shy or maybe even insecure just because you do not talk your head off to everyone.
One does not become great by claiming greatness. - African Proverb

The dog's bark is not might, but fright. - African Proverb
The dog's bark is not might, but fright. - African Proverb
Fire and gunpowder do not sleep together. - African Proverb
Fire and gunpowder do not sleep together. - African Proverb
The calm and silent water drowns a man. - African Proverb
The calm and silent water drowns a man. - African Proverb
He who is courteous is not a fool. - African Proverb
He who is courteous is not a fool. - African Proverb
The plan kills; the weapon only does the deed. - African Proverb
The plan kills; the weapon only does the deed. - African Proverb


May the Ancestors Impart Knowledge Into You

I'm Not Quiet, I'm Plotting African Proverbs

·        The dog's bark is not might, but fright. - African Proverb
·        Fire and gunpowder do not sleep together. - African Proverb
·        The calm and silent water drowns a man. - African Proverb
·        He who is courteous is not a fool. - African Proverb

·        The plan kills; the weapon only does the deed. - African Proverb

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