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Monday, January 8, 2018

Wise Words Your Ancestors Want You to Know Today


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Wise Words Your Ancestors Want You to Know Today


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Hearing your Ancestors voices means not listening to the noise of the world, their words are a distinctive tool of communication to you. Wise words your ancestors want you to know today can only be heard with an open heart and a tuned in attentive mind.




Simplicity

What seems easy at first is sometimes difficult to accomplish.


Isolation

Whoever isolates himself from the community selfishly enjoys his meals but suffers in case of a problem.


Self Love

Despite his blackness the chimpanzee does not loathe his youth.


Satisfaction

There is no such thing as a worthless trade.


Intelligence

When a clever person gets lost, it is another clever person who brings him back.


Envy

Do not do harm to somebody for fear of suffering the worst one day.


Company You Keep

Two hyenas meet either to steal bananas or steal maize.


Count Your Blessings

Never despair in life but continuously exercise patience.


Trust

The most dangerous enemy of a person is the one he lives with.


Unity

Those who do not agree cannot cook from the same pot.

Those who are far from the place where a drum is being played are the ones who catch its harmonious echo.
Those who are far from the place where a drum is being played are the ones who catch its harmonious echo.


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