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Today seedlings are tomorrow’s forests

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Today seedlings are tomorrow’s forests.

Tonga, Malawi Mai or mama Africa proverbs are not usually attributed to any particular individual, but collectively. Tonga people African proverbs are short sayings that contain the wisdom and experiences of African ancestors.

Tonga people African Proverbs

Today seedlings are tomorrow’s forests ~ Malawi Mai African Proverb


[ Clever is the eye that has traveled. ]


[ Today seedlings are tomorrow’s forests. ]


[ When your grandmother tells you something, you don't run to your mother to ask if it's the truth. ]


[ A good harvest of cassava is determined by young growing cuttings. ]


[ To ask is the desire to know the way. ]


Did you know? 

Tonga people of Africa are the second largest ethnic group living in the Malawi, Mozambique, southern Zambia and neighboring areas of northern Zimbabwe and Botswana. The two Tonga clans are farmers and fishers with a rich oral history. 



Wisdom

Kuwona maso gha Nkhono nkhudeka
If you want to see a snail’s eyes, you need to be patient
Tonga African Proverb

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