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Don't Hold a Grudge African Proverbs to Help You Let it Go

Don't Hold a Grudge African Proverbs to Help You Let it Go
You need not look after the hoofs of dead goats. Nigerian Proverb

Words have great power and these inspirational African Proverbs will challenge the way you think and maybe even help you to let go of your grudges in order to free yourself from a self-made prison of thoughts and words.




African Proverbs to Help You Let it Go
A loose tooth will not rest until it's pulled out  - African Proverb

Don't Hold a Grudge African Proverbs to Help You Let it Go




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



A person who does not bathe must know it of himself that he is dirty  - Nigerian Proverb



We are what our thinking makes us  - Ashanti Proverb



When a man is stung by a bee he does not destroy all beehives  -African Proverb



He who is courteous is not a fool  - Nigerian Proverb



If hate lasts for a long time it will become a tradition  – Igbo Proverb



African Proverbs to Help You Let it Go



A person gets used to behaving like their name. – Igbo Proverb


Almost does not fill a bowl. - Nigerian Proverb


Everything that flies is not good to eat. - African Proverb


You need not look after the hoofs of dead goats. - Nigerian Proverb


The sun rises whether the cock crows or not. - African Proverb


The sun rises whether the cock crows or not. - African Proverb

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