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Whole Nother Level of Understanding African Proverbs

Whole Nother Level of Understanding African Proverbs

Hard to understand
People say they want to read you, to understand you, to see a side of you no one else gets to see; but they never do because you're on a whole nother level of understanding.
Your uniqueness is so awesome!

And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music

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The reason that you can sometimes be hard to understand is that we are all unique creatures.

Conakry is the capital of Guinea, a country in West Africa and the Keita Fodeba Centre for Acrobatic Arts in Conakry, Guinea produces some of Africa's most talented acrobats and contortionists. 

Whole Nother Level of Understanding African Proverbs

We are not obliged to answer a village message.


The hen cannot lay eggs of crocodiles and crocodiles cannot lay eggs of hens.


One who is bound to stray follows a defined path.


Eggs and stones should not dance with one another.


No matter how much a person changes goats will never lay eggs.


You should not sleep outside just because someone else did it and was lucky.


There is no king who is not gossiped about.


The lion does not turn around when a small dog barks.

Conakry is the capital of Guinea, a country in West Africa and the Keita Fodeba Centre for Acrobatic Arts in Conakry, Guinea produces some of Africa's most talented acrobats and contortionists.
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Conakry is the capital of Guinea, a country in West Africa and the Keita Fodeba Centre for Acrobatic Arts in Conakry, Guinea produces some of Africa's most talented acrobats and contortionists.

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