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10 African Proverbs to Inspire You This Week

10 African Proverbs to Inspire You This Week

Looking for that one inspirational African proverb that will help you reach your potential each day? These ten African proverbs on inspiration will stimulate, reassure, and breathe new life into you today. Read on and let these 10 African Proverbs inspire you.

10 African Proverbs to Inspire You This Week



African Proverbs to Inspire You This Week


Optimism leads to riches and pessimism leads to poverty. ❍ African Proverb

A man dies, but his word lives forever. ❍ African Proverb

Your lips are your enemy. ❍ African Proverb

If you want to eat honey follow the bees. ❍ African Proverb

If generously shared, a flea can be bitten twice. ❍ African Proverb

You will die poor if you rely on relatives. ❍ African Proverb

One should either become a pillar or lean against one. ❍ African Proverb

A wise man plans for tomorrow, a fool plans only for today. ❍ African Proverb

The patient person eats ripe fruit. ❍ African Proverb

Learn politeness from the impolite. ❍ African Proverb


Inspire yourself this week with African Proverbs so it does not feel like the end of the world, it is important to keep inspiring African Proverbs at your fingertips.


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