All the best proverbs in image

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African proverbs

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.

Argentine proverbs

When a tile falls from your roof, it's an opportunity to see ten thousand stars.

Belgium proverbs

Experience is the comb that Nature gives us after we are bald.

Benin proverbs

If you do not know where you're going, remember where you came from.

Bolivia proverbs

Mood for some sunshine? To repel rain, Bolivian land facing an inverted bottle.

Burkina Faso proverbs

Friendship is a furrow in the sand, if you stop to remake it disappears.

Celtic proverbs

Three candles that illuminate every darkness: truth, nature, knowledge.

Chad proverbs

To know where we are going, we must know where we are.

Chinese proverbs

A falling tree makes more noise than a growing forest.

Congolese proverbs

No matter the wind direction, the sun is always where it should go.

Cuban proverbs

Life is short but a smile only takes a second.

Ethiopian proverbs

If you've lost your horse, look under the seat.

Finnish proverbs

One cannot ski so softly that the tracks cannot be seen.

Gabon proverbs

A young person who travels a lot is older than old who stayed in the village.

Irish proverbs

A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures for anything.

Italian proverbs

Once the game is over, the King and the pawn go back in the same box.

Ivorian proveb

You cannot get the hippo with a hook.

Jewish proverbs

If you want your dreams to come true, don't sleep.

Kurd proverbs

Let your kiss have the heat of the sun and the rose will give you all its perfume.

Mexican proverbs

A smile is the same in all languages.

Nigerian proverbs

Going slowly does not prevent arriving.

Persian proverbs

Nothing is ever closed, except your own eyes.

Russian proverbs

If your heart is a rose, then your mouth will speak perfumed words.

Tuareg proverbs

Better to walk without knowing where to go than to sit doing nothing.

Turkish proverbs

For the love of a rose, the gardener becomes the slave of a thousand thorns.