Do not find fault with what you do not understand.

Having Faith Zulu African Proverbs

If we have faith, we can move mountains.

Having faith Zulu African proverbs shows us that there is an all-knowing being greater and wiser than ourselves. Having faith African proverbs offers hope and confidence through unceasing unshakable faith.

Having Faith Zulu African Proverbs

 

Go forth alone, you will soon find a stone on the road that you that you cannot pass. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
To have faith means to trust 
When a home is burnt down the rebuilt home is more beautiful. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
Zulu African Proverb
Those that plan without the help of the spirit must plan again. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
Zulu African Proverb
Go forth alone, you will soon find a stone on the road that you that you cannot pass. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
Zulu African Proverb
A small fire is easy to smother. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
Zulu African Proverb
A deaf ear is followed by death; an ear that listens is followed by blessings. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
Zulu African Proverb
When heaven is pointed out a fool only sees the tip of the finger. ~ Having Faith Zulu African Proverb
Zulu African Proverb

Having Faith Zulu African Proverbs

1.   When a home is burnt down the rebuilt home is more beautiful. –Zulu Proverb

2.   Those that plan without the help of the spirit must plan again. – Zulu Proverb

3.   Go forth alone, you will soon find a stone on the road that you that you cannot pass. –Zulu Proverb

4.   A small fire is easy to smother. – Zulu Proverb

5.   A deaf ear is followed by death; an ear that listens is followed by blessings.  –Zulu Proverb

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

The Zulu hold their traditional culture in high esteem, preserving many of their traditions, rituals beliefs and ceremonies.
The Zulu hold their traditional culture in high esteem, preserving many of their traditions, rituals beliefs and ceremonies. 

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