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What does learning through African ancestors mean

What does learning through African ancestors mean

Beautiful Ancestors African Proverbs


What does learning through African ancestors mean?

An African ancestor sets the direction and influences people to follow that direction. There are numerous African proverbs about African ancestors and about carrying out the role of the leader in our lives.

African history is composed largely of accounts of the exploits of African ancestors who have left their marks. These African ancestors stand out as persons who used African proverbs and through their doings affected the course of African and world history.

African proverbs are influenced by beliefs, values, and assumptions, as well as culture. Carry with you good teachings from ancestors. Africa Beautiful Ancestors descend from greatness with millions of years of wisdom. Discover who your ancestors were. Listen to ancestor’s words and feel safe in their knowledge.


African proverb Nobody is born wise.
African proverb Nobody is born wise.

Beautiful But Powerful African Ancestors African Proverbs


Nakedness turns round, hunger goes straight.

Put not your nose in the pot that does not boil for you.

The locust lives only a little while, but it does great damage.

The pearl lies at the bottom of the sea, while the corpse floats on the surface.

The heart that loves is always young.

A fool is a wise person ladder.

A wise person will always find a way.

After mischance everyone is wise.

He does a good day’s work who rids himself of a fool.

He who rides on the giant’s shoulders sees further than he who carries him.

If you are filled with pride, then you will have no room for wisdom.

If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents.

In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges, and the foolish build dams.

Instruction in youth is like engraving in stone.

Not every dog that barks bites. African proverb
Not every dog that barks bites. African proverb

Knowledge without wisdom is like water in the sand.

Nobody is born wise.

Not every dog that barks bites.

Education is what you know, not what's in the book.

For the benefit of the flowers, we water the thorns too.

Whoever lets himself be led by the heart will never lose his way.

Fearless, hope more. Whine less, breathe more. Talk less, say more. Hate less, love more. And all good things are yours.

He that plants trees loves others besides himself.

Flowers cannot blossom without sunshine or a garden without love.

There is no bitterer fruit than foreigners in one's land.

Thieves nowadays are not in the forests, but in the offices.

The locust lives only a little while, but it does great damage.

You cannot stop the wind, the water, or people's tongues.

A fool is a wise person ladder. African proverb
A fool is a wise person ladder. African proverb

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