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17 Wise Say­ings of Elders you Prob­a­bly Nev­er Heard


1. “Beware of the naked per­son who offers you clothes!

2. “When one’s goat get miss­ing, the aro­ma of a neighbor’s soup get sus­pi­cious”.

3. “The future belongs to the Risk tak­ers, Not the Com­fort seek­ers!”

4. “A deaf hus­band and a blind wife are always a hap­py cou­ple!”

5. “The first per­son you think of in the morn­ing, or last per­son you think of at night, is either the cause of your hap­pi­ness or your pain!”

6. “Be care­ful who you trust! Salt and Sug­ar are both white!”

7. “Kind­ness is like but­ter, it works best when you spread it around!”

8. “The walls don’t only have ears, they now see!”

9. “Some­times, you have to play the role of a fool to fool the fools who thinks they are fool­ing you!”

10. “If you have a mom, there is nowhere you are like­ly to go where a prayer has not already been!”

11. “A harsh man tells a woman to stop talk­ing, but a wise man tells her that her mouth is extreme­ly beau­ti­ful, when her lips are closed!”

12. “No mat­ter how long the night, the day is sure to come!”

13. “A woman’s great­est per­fume is the fra­grance of her man’s suc­cess!”

14. “A wise per­son knows that there is some­thing to be learned from every­one!”

15. “It requires wis­dom to under­stand wis­dom.

16. The music is noth­ing, if the audi­ence is deaf”!

17. “None of us is as smart as all of us. Work togeth­er to achieve!!

* IF you can­not be a bridge to con­nect peo­ple, then do not be a wall to sep­a­rate them.

* IF you can­not be a light to bright­en peo­ple’s good deeds then do not be dark­ness cov­er­ing their efforts.

* IF you can­not be water to help peo­ple’s crops sprout, then do not be a pest destroy­ing their crops.

* IF you can­not be a vac­cine to give life, do not be a virus to ter­mi­nate it.

* IF you can­not be a pen­cil to write any­one’s hap­pi­ness, then try to be a nice eras­er to remove their sad­ness.

* We can always be each oth­er’s keep­er.

* Let us resolve to heal the world by mak­ing it a bet­ter place.

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