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Things fall apart proverbs

Things Fall ApartProverbs

Emily Boesch and Emily Argabright

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Emily Boesch


Proverb definition

Proverb Definition

  • Short popular saying that expresses some commonplace truth or useful thought

Emily Argabright


Examples from things fall apart

Examples from Things Fall Apart

Emily Boesch


Things fall apart proverbs

“A man who pays respect to the great paves the way for his own greatness.”

A person should show respect and honor to others in order to become honorable himself.

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Things fall apart proverbs

“The lizard that jumped from the high iroko tree to the ground said he would praise himself if no one else did.”

Hard work is something that no one can take away from you. Even if no one else recognizes your work, you still know what you’ve achieved.

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Things fall apart proverbs

“An old woman is always uneasy when dry bones are mentioned in a proverb.”

It makes a person uncomfortable when dead relatives are mentioned in jokes and proverbs.

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Things fall apart proverbs

“Those whose palm-kernels were cracked for them by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble.”

Even if one has been shown compassion and has had favors done for them, they should not forget to be humble and modest.

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African proverbs

African Proverbs

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Things fall apart proverbs

The people to whom things belong are the same people who are greedy.

It is those who have many possessions that are insatiable, not those who have nothing. Material items do not relieve a thirst for stuff; they increase it.

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Things fall apart proverbs

One hand does not catch a buffalo.

A large task cannot be completed alone.

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Things fall apart proverbs

A stupid cow leads her calf near the road.

Only a fool does not know how to protect their child from danger.

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Things fall apart proverbs

You must treat the earth well. It was not given to you by your parents. It was loaned to you by your children.

The earth is affected by everyone’s actions. The state of the earth that you leave will be the earth that your children will live on.

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Works cited

Works Cited

  • Wanyoike, Sam. African Proverbs, Sayings and Stories. CNETGlobal Inc., Mar 23, 2011. Web. 23 Mar 2011. <http://www.afriprov.org>.

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