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Tomorrow's Journey Is Prepared Today


Learning to prepare for the journey today for tomorrow's challenges


Tomorrow's journey is prepared today; education is the key to the door that unlocks the cycle of poverty. Education is the foundation to human development and to a bright future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.




Tomorrow's journey is prepared today – African Proverb


A proverb is an old and common saying, a phrase or expression often repeated. Some of the proverbial phrases in common use today are very old, dating back into ancient times and many are very new dating back to a few decades old.

More education proverbs, sayings, adages, phrases, and quotes. Education, social standing, political influence, and even religious profession offers no protection; wherever there is a defect in character or conduct.


Tomorrow's Journey Is Prepared Today education proverbs, sayings, adages, phrases, and quotes.



You should sow the seed of destiny in the soil of truth.



He that is wrong fights against himself.



The remedy for hard times is to have patience.



A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honor.



Unfading are the gardens of kindness.



A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor a man perfected without trials. 



The wisdom of one land is the foolishness of another.



A tethered sheep soon starves.



The heart has its summer and its winter.



A harvest of peace is produced from a seed of contentment.



Broad is the shadow of generosity. 



Flowers open without choosing the rich man's ground, the moon shines bright on mountains and rivers; only within the heart of men is evil.



Life is like the moon; now dark, now full.



Mild speech enchains the heart.



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