Your mental strength will be tested

Dua la kuku halimpati mwewe is Swahili proverb for ”A chicken's prayer doesn't affect a hawk”

African hunter, at one time or another, your mental strength will be tested

As Martin Luther King, Jr. said  “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”

The African proverb teaches thst standing strong in the face of controversy, remembering adversity is another way to measure the greatness of a person.

Swahili proverb

At one time or another, your mental strength will be tested African Proverb

If we believe in ourselves then we realize that wavering on our principles and standards would be harmful to our mental and physical selves. 

In addition, if we love ourselves, we certainly want what is best for ourselves. this is not being self-centered this is realizing you matter. people want to make you change your stand on your principles and values are taking you into a dangerous place trying to change the very definition of what is normal thereby changing the definition of moral self-preservation.  

But we absolutely should not help them in their destructive task on this issue or on any issue that affects our spirituality and our soul connectedness.

It is simply not what the African proverb a chicken’s prayer does not affect a hawk teaches us to behave during difficult times when morality is tested. 

 Dua la kuku halimpati mwewe is Swahili proverb for A chicken's prayer doesn't affect a hawk. 

Swahili proverb

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