Whom a serpent has bitten a lizard alarms.
You become wise when you begin to run out of money. ? Ghana
When you live next to the cemetery, you cannot weep for everyone.
Why they like an ugly person takes long for a beautiful person to know. ? African Proverb
You can tell a ripe corn by its look.
When you show the moon to a child, it sees only your finger. ? Zambian proverb
Wine, women and food give gladness to the heart. ? Ancient Egyptian Proverb
You cannot build a house for last year?s summer. ? Ethiopian proverb
When your luck deserts you, even cold food burns. ? Zambian Proverb
Wisdom does not come overnight. ? Somali proverb
You cannot name a child that is not born. ? African proverb
When your mouth stumbles, it's worse than feet. - Oji Proverb
Wisdom is like a baobab tree; no one individual can embrace it. ? Akan proverb
You cannot tell a hungry child that you gave him food yesterday. ? Zimbabwean Proverb
When the fool is told a Proverb, its meaning has to be explained to him.
Where a woman rules, streams run uphill. ? Ethiopian proverb
Wisdom is like fire. People take it from others. ? Hema (DRC) proverb
You cannot work for food when there is no food for work. ? African Proverb
When the leg does not walk, the stomach does not eat. ? Mongo (Congolese) Proverb
Where I make a living, there is my home.
Wisdom is not like money to be tied up and hidden. ? Akan proverb
You do not teach the paths of the forest to an old gorilla. ? Congolese proverb
When the moon is shining the cripple becomes hungry for a walk.
Where there are experts there will be no lack of learners. ? Swahili Proverb
Wisdom is wealth. ? Swahili