37 African Proverbs about WithoutAll African Proverbs | Proverbs about Without
1. The wind helps those without an axe to cut wood.
2. Without effort no harvest will be abundant.
3. The mouse says: I dig a hole without a hoe; the snake says: climb a tree without arms.
4. Even without drumbeats, banana leaves dance.
5. He who is too sure of himself and acts without thinking is heading for his downfall.
6. No one is without knowledge except he who asks no questions.
7. Poverty without debt is real wealth.
8. The plant God favors will grow even without rain.
9. Without human companions, paradise itself would be an undesirable place.
10. The mouth of an elderly man is without teeth, but never without words of wisdom.
11. A cow without a tail should not try to chase away flies.
12. A home without a woman is like a barn without a yam.
13. A lizard can't be a snake even without its limbs.
14. A lizard without one leg cannot move up a tree.
15. A river doesn't flow through the forest without felling the trees.
16. A severely under paid hungry teacher in a renovated, well-equipped classroom, can perform just as well as a bird without feathers can do in a hanging, decorated cage.
17. A tree cannot stand on the ground without its roots.
18. A village without the elderly is like a well without water.
19. A wise saying goes without say.
20. Happiness is like a perfume, you cannot pour it all on others without allowing a few drops to fall on yourself.
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