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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Five I’m That Chick African Proverbs

Five I’m That Chick African Proverbs



What are the qualities of a real woman? I'm That Chick African Proverbs teaches us what are the fascinating characteristics of highly desirable women.


5 I’m That Chick African Proverbs

There are many colorful flowers on the path of life, but the prettiest have the sharpest thorns. - African Proverb
I'm That Chick African Proverbs
The spirit of womanhood consists of truth and openness, which are meant both to please ourselves, and to make others comfortable with real women. Womanhood is the goodness of heart put into daily practice; there can be no true womanhood without kindness, transparency, honesty, and awareness.


He who loves the vase loves also what is inside. - African Proverb
I'm That Chick African Proverbs
Many believe that a strong woman is but a mask worn in the world meant to conceal fragility and weak minded impulses, and to make a show of strength not really existing in the heart. That womanhood is merely hypocrisy and camouflage.

The words of an intelligent woman do not lock all the doors; they leave the right door open.
I'm That Chick African Proverbs
People dismiss true chicks, because to be truly a woman, one must carry the principles into every the circumstance of life, into the family circle, the most intimate friendship, and never forget to extend the gentle courtesies of life to everyone. Being strong and opinionated is not well-mannered, this they find too much trouble, and so deride the idea of being a strong woman and call it bitterness.

Eggs cannot teach a hen. - African Proverb
I'm That Chick African Proverbs
Being a true chick is the language of a good heart and those possessing that heart will never, under any circumstances, be bitter. True chicks will never be seen making others uncomfortable by seeking solely for their own personal convenience; they will always endeavor to set everyone around them at ease; they will be friendly but reserved, unselfish but self-regarding, they will truly be that chick.

If you don't know how deep the river is, don't step in. - African Proverb
I'm That Chick African Proverbs

Real womanhood is being upon real kindness of heart, cannot exist where there is selfishness or brutality to warp its growth. Every woman desires to be beautiful inside, and it is the duty of every woman to be as attractive as possible.

I'm That Chick African Proverbs


True chicks are beautiful and strong
There are many colorful flowers on the path of life, but the prettiest have the sharpest thorns. - African Proverb


Real chicks are confident in love
He who loves the vase loves also what is inside. - African Proverb


Real chicks are intelligent and inspiring  
The words of an intelligent woman do not lock all the doors; they leave the right door open. - African Proverb


Chicks are battle-worn and proud of their scars 
Eggs cannot teach a hen. - African Proverb


True chicks never hide their true womanhood 
If you don't know how deep the river is, don't step in. - African Proverb



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