Gossiping about the enemy can result in a war.
It is no disgrace at all to work for money.
If the rabbit is your enemy, admit that he can sprint fast.
Little by little, a little becomes a lot.
Rain wets the leopard’s spots, but it doesn’t wash them off.
Every kind of love is love, but self-love is supreme among them.
In the birds’ court, a cockroach never wins his case.
Every head must do its own thinking.
A mad dog bites anything except itself.
No matter how full it is, the river must grow.
Where the heart loves, there the legs walk.
No man can paddle two canoes at the same time.
A bird will always use another bird’s feathers to feather its own nest.
A fool looks for dung where the cow never browsed.
Good millet is known at the harvest.
A proverb is the horse of conversation: when the conversation lags, a proverb revives it.
A child’s face is his mirror.
A leopard cannot change its spots.
If you think you’re too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent a night with a mosquito.
Once a cock begins to crow, it never again becomes dumb.