Do not insult a crocodile while your foot is still in the water
Do not insult a crocodile while your foot is still in the water. African Proverb. African proverbs express the timeless wisdom of African people.
|Do not insult a crocodile while your foot is still in the water|
More wise sayings on learning when to speak and when to stay silent.
“A hog that has wallowed in the mud seeks a clean person to rub against”
“Boasting is not courage”
“It is easy to cut to pieces a dead elephant”
“Even silence speaks”
“He who has done something in secret, and sees people talking together, thinks they are talking of his action”
“A man with a cough can never conceal himself”
“Swallow your pride occasionally, it's non-fattening”
“Be mindful of humility: the gale that breaks the pine does not bruise the violet.”
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