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Keep Being The Awesome Person You Are African Elders Wise Sayings


African Elders Wise Sayings


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Falata community celebrating peace at the Al Zubir Stadium in El Fasher, North Darfur
Falata community celebrating peace at the Al Zubir Stadium in El Fasher, North Darfur


Ten African Elders Wise Sayings to remind you to keep being the awesome person you are.


Each and every human being on Earth is an awesome person, but you are the most awesome one. These Ten African Elders Wise Sayings are to remind you to keep being the awesome person you are and the most awesome person your elders want you to be in this life through its ups and downs.


Ten African Elders Wise Sayings

A little axe can cut down a big tree.

If someone were to pay you ten cents for every kind word you said about people and collect five cents for every unkind word, would you be rich or poor?

Beginning is easy; continuing, hard.

A smile confuses an approaching frown.

A true soldier does not admit defeat before the battle.

God can heal a broken heart, but He has to have all the pieces.

Being good is commendable, but only when it is combined with doing good is it useful.

A decision made at night may be changed in the morning.

Don't put the key to happiness in someone else's pocket.

All the so-called secrets of success will not work unless you do.


International Day of Peace, Falata community celebrating peace at the Al Zubir Stadium in El Fasher, North Darfur
International Day of Peace, Falata community celebrating peace at the Al Zubir Stadium in El Fasher, North Darfur

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