Angry African Proverbs and Quotes
Angry African Words Proverbs and Quotes
We must always be mindful of the words that we say to one another. African proverbs teach us just that.
The resolute character of the ancestors enabled them to not only win their independence but to learn from suffering patience the many trials and disappointment in fighting for freedom. Cunning and planning won the freedom of many, not anger.
The best proverbs are born out of fear and aggravation but not anger; fear of the unknown and aggravation of helplessness, anger only muddies the water. Good proverbs do not need definition no definition will enable a person to identify with a sentence as a proverb.
Proverbs often cross language barriers wielding universal truth no matter the national language. Clearly, proverbs mean something to Africans as they are an integral part of speech, life, and love. Proverbs correspond to a deep-seated need and anxiety and of course psychological and ethical function of humankind.
Africans are very fond of proverbs and their sayings are frequently used as an expression of thought by every race and creed throughout the world. Many African proverb sayings used today are very old dating back into the remote recesses of time.
Not only do proverbs sometimes praise virtue and honor they also praise the graceful form of a woman. The most beautiful proverbs come from Africa who looks deeply into their lives and connects with past way ancestors learning the wisdom of the situation and letting anger disperse far away into the realm of negativity and wasted time.
African Proverbs and Quotes About Anger
African proverbs teach us to always be mindful of the words that we say to one another. Watch what you say, you may not realize sharp, angry words create lasting damage. Here are 20 more African Proverb Quotes to learn from today.
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.
What is learned in the cradle lasts till the grave.
A fool is a wise person ladder.
What is enough was never little.
Too late the bird cries out when it is caught.
Unstringing the bow does not cure the wound.
Not every dog that barks bites.
The fool speaks, the wise man listens.
The heart of the wise man lies quiet like limpid water.
If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents.
Knowledge without wisdom is like water in the sand.
In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges, and the foolish build dams.
If you are filled with pride, then you will have no room for wisdom.
Wealth, if you use it, comes to an end; learning, if you use it, increases.
A wise person will always find a way.
Nobody is born wise.
Instruction in youth is like engraving in stone.
Where there are experts there will be no lack of learners.
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