18 African Proverbs about RemainAll African Proverbs | Proverbs about Remain
1. Who owns too much, remains unhappy.
2. The elephant dies, but his tusks remain.
3. Even if thin, the elephant remains the king of the forest.
4. A secret remains a secret only when one person knows it.
5. A snake can shade its skin but it still remains a snake.
6. Bones and flesh of the martyrs lie buried in earth, but their revolutionary spirit and single-hearted fidelity remain alive.
7. Even if you close your eyes while looking in the mirror the image remains yours.
8. Even if you remain an island you must still be friendly to the sea.
9. If we do what we always did we will always remain what we always we're.
10. If you knock your head against a wall, then a coconut tree and pillar and your head still remains undamaged my child, go and hide that head of yours; it is a good head.
11. It is childish to remain in a hole when you can take yourself out.
12. No matter how high the vulture may choose to soar, the eagle will remain king of the sky.
13. Search for a friend with no faults and you will remain with no friends.
14. The palm-wine we drink, some people can drink it and remain wise; others lose all their senses.
15. There is no way you can pour water into a basket and expect the water to remain.
16. When all the water has gone, only the largest stones will remain on the riverbed.
17. One's name remains above the grave.
18. A cat may go to a monastery, but she still remains a cat.
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