35 African Proverbs about EarsAll African Proverbs | Proverbs about Ears
1. The strength of the elderly is in the ears and on the lips.
2. Until the old moon disappears completely, the new moon can not come.
3. Ears are usually uninvited guests.
4. If a man makes soup of his tears, ask him not for broth.
5. Nothing wipes your tears away but your own hand.
6. The unborn baby that fears criticism will never be born.
7. Cutting the ears of a mule will not make him a horse.
8. A bachelor's wife doesn't have ears.
9. A child among elders converses with its ears.
10. A child who is fearless is going to bring tears to his mother's eyes.
11. A clear conscience fears no accusation.
12. A man who after his dying speech doesn't die, bears the same guilt.
13. A man who doesn't know how to play sex disappears after the first time.
14. A person who is stung by a bee fears a big housefly.
15. Dry thunder that tears the sky doesn't make you forget the storm of yesterday.
16. Ears that do not listen to advice, accompany the head when it is chopped off.
17. He who fears fire cannot be a leader.
18. He who ventures into the bush should close his ears to rattling.
19. If you cry because you miss the sun, your tears will not let you see the moon.
20. If you need ears go and borrow them from the elephant.
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