23 African Proverbs about ForgetAll African Proverbs | Proverbs about Forget
1. The dog never forgets its owner.
2. The mouth does not forget what it tasted only one time.
3. What the eye has seen, the heart never forgets.
4. A dog never forgets his master.
5. The wrongdoer forgets, but not the wronged.
6. Those whose palm-kernels were cracked for them by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble.
7. To trouble me is better than to forget me.
8. Work is good, as long as you don't forget to live.
9. The axe forgets; the tree remembers.
10. The ax forgets but the cut log does not.
11. A bird doesn't forget one who killed off his feathers during the rain season.
12. A river that forgets its source will soon dry out.
13. Dry thunder that tears the sky doesn't make you forget the storm of yesterday.
14. He is a fool who praises the fruit of a tree and forgets its roots.
15. He who forgets his past is lost.
16. He who is first to receive something forgets when his friend will receive their share.
17. He who talks forgets what he said but he who listens can't forget.
18. However long the dry season takes a seasonal river will never forget where it used to pass.
19. The madman, who throws a stone into a crowded market, forgets that his own mother could be hit by his madness.
20. The mouth is stupid after eating it forgets who gave it the food.
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