Courage Proverb From Southern Africa

Courage Proverb From Southern Africa
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Do not find fault with what you do not understand.

Illogical Behavior African Proverbs

African proverbs on acting irrational, unreasonable and illogical show us that illogical behavior damages the mind, body, and soul.


Illogical Behavior African Proverbs 

Illogical behavior


The way a donkey expresses gratitude is by giving someone a bunch of kicks. –African Proverb

A jealous person requires no reason to be jealous. – African Proverb

You play with fire because you have not seen it burning you. – Bemba Proverb

Denial cannot hide a fire's smoke. – Kenyan Proverb

A fool who refuses counsel will come to grief. – Zulu Proverb

When heaven is pointed out a fool only sees the tip of the finger. – Ghanaian Proverb

A thousand raps at the door, but no salute or invitation from within. - Egyptian Proverb

A man without clothes busying making himself a jacket. – African Proverb

Better to be a fat bird in the cage than a lean one in the wild. – African Proverb

He who makes a rat of himself will be eaten by the cats. - Egyptian Proverb

The unwise go into a river upon a mud boat. –African Proverb

He sits in a tub of cold water and expects it to steam. – African Proverb

Don't descend into a well with a rotten rope. – Bemba Proverb

A greedy woman snatches away a flea's hat. – Kenyan Proverb

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