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Spiritual quotes of African Proverb

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G od conceals himself from the mind of man, but reveals himself to his heart.




Tradition / African 4506 | 







A proverb is the horse that can carry one swiftly to the discovery of ideas.




Tradition / African 4505 | 
Yoruba 







K nowledge is like a garden: if it is not cultivated, it cannot be harvested.




Tradition / African 4504 | 
Guinea 







C hildren are the reward of life.




Tradition / African 4503 | 
Congo 







Y ou must judge a man by the work of his hands.




Tradition / African 4432 | 







W hen there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.




Tradition / African 4431 | 







O ne must talk little and listen much.




Tradition / African 4429 | 







I f you refuse to be made straight when you are green, you will not be made straight when you are dry.




Tradition / African 4428 | 







W hen a head is too big it cannot avoid punches.




Tradition / African 4427 | 







W hat an old man can see while seated a young man can not see standing.




Tradition / African 4426 | 







M ay he who comes to visit me never bring death to me, and when he does depart, may he never grow a hunch-back




Tradition / African 4425 | 







A ction speaks louder than the words.




Tradition / African 4424 | 







W hen you throw a stone at God, it lands right on top of your head




Tradition / African 4423 | 







T omorrow is pregnant and no-one knows what she will give birth to.




Tradition / African 4422 | 







K nowledge is not the main thing, but good deed is.




Tradition / African 4421 | 







A man, who knows the use of proverbs, reconciles difficulties.




Tradition / African 4420 | 
Ashanti of Ghana 







O ne cannot run away from his behind.




Tradition / African 4419 | 







A fter a foolish deed comes remorse.




Tradition / African 4418 | 







T he fool speaks, the wise listens.




Tradition / African 4417 | 







H e, who learns, teaches.




Tradition / African 4416 | 







I t takes a whole village to raise a child.




Tradition / African 4415 | 







I f your mouth turns into a knife, it will cut off your lips.




Tradition / African 4413 | 





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