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1. A stream cannot rise about its source.
2. Two birds disputed about a kernel, when a third swooped down and carried it off.
3. If it's not here and now, who cares about what and when?
4. If the moon is with you, you need not care about the stars.
5. If you know his father and grandfather, don't worry about his son.
6. Gossiping about the enemy can result in a war.
7. When the hunter returns and is holding mushrooms, don't ask him about how his hunt went.
8. You can learn a lot about someone by observing him when he is hungry.
9. A friend is one who knows every thing about you and still wants to be your friend.
10. A grasshopper that sleeps about will be soon awake in a lizard's mouth.
11. A king who doesn't tolerate comments about his mouth shouldn't eat in public.
12. He is a wise man who has no worries about the things he doesn't have but he rejoices for those things that he has.
13. He who is close to you knows more about you than he who is far away.
14. He who never moves about appreciates only one's mother's cookery skills.
15. If you haven't done anything evil then you shouldn't be worried about devils knocking on your door.
16. If you keep your head and heart going in the right direction you don't have to worry about your feet.
17. She who grinds millet should have wisdom about rainy clouds and winds.
18. That which is about to die doesn't hear the drum beating.
19. The greatest crime in a desert is to find water and keep silent about it.
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