You have little power over what?s not yours. ? Zimbabwean proverb
When the music changes, so does the dance.
Where there are many, nothing goes wrong. ? Swahili proverb
With wealth one wins a woman. ? Uganda
You know who you love but you can?t know who loves you. Nigeria Proverb
When the roots of a tree begin to decay, it spreads death to the branches. ? Nigerian proverb
Where there is love, there is no darkness. - Burundi Proverb
With wealth one wins a woman. Uganda Proverb
You learn how to cut down trees by cutting them down. ? Bateke proverb
A family tie is like a tree, it can bend but it cannot break. ? African proverb
A man who pays respect to the great paves the way for his own greatness.
A stranger does not skin a sheep that is paid as a fine at a chief's court. - Cape Coast, Ghana Proverb
An intelligent enemy is better than a stupid friend. ? Senegalese proverb
Beauty is not sold and eaten. ? Nigerian Proverb
Confiding a secret to an unworthy person is like carrying grain in a bag with a hole.
Do they prepare leather [for a battle shield] the day they fight? - Zar, Nigeria Proverb
Everybody has been young before, but not everybody has been old before.
Having beauty doesn?t mean understanding the perseverance of marriage. ? African Proverb
He who learns, teaches. ? Ethiopian proverb
However little food we have, we?ll share it even if it?s only one locust. ? Malagasy Proverb
If the cockroach wants to rule over the chicken, then it must hire the fox as a body-guard. ? Sierra Leone proverb
If you find ?Miss This Year? beautiful, then you?ll find ?Miss Next Year? even more so. ? Nigerian Proverb
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem.
It?s much easier to fall in love than to stay in love. ? African proverb
Love has to be shown by deeds not words. ? Swahili proverb