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Confessions of a Black Girl #2 – Black History Month

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55 thoughts on “Confessions of a Black Girl #2 – Black History Month

  1. Michelle Gibson

    Wisdom is wealth! One thing I respect deeply about Africa is the treasure of wisdom our ancestors have handed down to us. While some of our leaders may have forgotten them, the rest of us don’t need to. From prudent sayings on wisdom itself, to judicious encouragements, warnings and even quirky advice on learning, patience, unity, wealth, poverty, community, family, love and marriage, these quotes will inspire you to be the best you can possibly be.

  2. Joshua Price

    A happy man marries the girl he loves, but a happier man loves the girl he marries. ~ African proverb

  3. Phyllis Cruz

    If you marry a monkey for his wealth, the money goes and the monkey remains as is. ~ Egyptian proverb

  4. Kathryn Thompson

    Man is like a pepper, till you have chewed it you do not know how hot it is. ~Haussa Proverb

  5. Lawrence Robinson

    You are beautiful, but learn to work, for you cannot eat your beauty. ~Congolese Proverb

  6. Benjamin Crawford

    Slowly, slowly, porridge goes into the gourd. ~Kuria People of Kenyan & Tanzania

  7. Joan Gonzales

    Wisdom is like a baobab tree; no one individual can embrace it. ~ Akan proverb

  8. Russell Porter

    Eat when the food is ready; speak when the time is right. ~Ethiopian Proverb

  9. Rachel Henderson

    When there is peace in the country, the chief does not carry a shield. ~Ugandan proverb

  10. Marilyn Nelson

    Anyone who sees beauty and does not look at it will soon be poor. ~Yoruba Proverb

  11. Harry Jackson

    A pretty face and fine clothes do not make character. ~Congolese Proverb

  12. James Black

    A healthy person who begs for food is an insult to a generous farmer. ~Ghanaian Proverb

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