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What's your self-love status African proverb quotes

Go ahead and always be you African proverbs about self-love.

Go ahead and always be you African proverbs about self-love


Self-love is all over you African proverbs teach us to be who we are in love, not who the world wants us to be.

Be you. Be bold. Be unique. Be happy.

 



A sunbeam passes through pollution unpolluted.
 
Love begets love.
 
Love yourself with all your faults.
 
A man can be so changed by love as to be unrecognizable as the same person.
 
All men honor love, because it looks up, and not down.
 
In dreams and in love there are no impossibilities.
 
Be united in love.
 
Love makes all equal.
 
As soon as the soul sees any object, it stops before that object.
 
A thing you want is dear at any price.
 
A thorn is a changed bud.
 
Beauty is everywhere a right welcome guest.
 
She who loves, believes.



B U African proverbs teaches us to be who we are, not who the world wants us to be. Be bold. Be unique. Be happy.

Being you is not always easy. You not being in love with yourself and playing small does not serve the world. Waking up to love who you are required letting go of who you imagine yourself to be. Self-love is you African proverbs teach us to be who we are in love, not who the world wants us to be. Your self-love status should always be happy, joyful and excited.


B U African proverbs teaches us to be who we are, not who the world wants us to be. Be bold. Be unique. Be happy.

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