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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Ten African Proverbs to Help You Unplug From a Bad Day

Ten African Proverbs to Help You Unplug From a Bad Day
Unplug - Release - Free Yourself

Ten African Proverbs to Help You Unplug From a Bad Day



Ten African Proverbs to calm your restless spirit when you are having a bad day. These 10 African proverbs will get through a bad day and come out the other side whole and spiritually well to put things into perspective, forget blame, and unplug. Remember you are a child of light, not darkness, you can turn around a bad day just as quickly as it started.




Unplug - Release - Free Yourself from a bad day ✴



Those who want rain must also accept the mud - Ghanaian proverb


Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors - Malawi proverb


Those who want peace make their own peace - Zambian proverb


If you think, you are too small to make a difference try sleeping in a room with an annoying Mosquito - African Proverb


The sun does not forget a village just because it is small - Mali proverb


However long the night, the dawn will break - African Proverb


The best bed a person can sleep on is peace - Somali proverb


A hand which gives receives in return - Yoruba proverb


Return to old watering holes for more than water; friends and dreams are there to meet you - African proverb


When things are done with, they are done with, do not retain to what has past – Kenyan Proverb

When things are done with, they are done with, do not retain to what has past – Kenyan Proverb
Unplug - Release - Free Yourself from a bad day

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