Namibian Proverbs

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An old monkey never forgets how to climb trees.

A diamonds father is coal, yet it regards itself as upper-class.

Learning expands great souls.

A parasite cannot live alone.

When a tiny toe is hurting the whole body stoops down to attend to it.

Where there are birds, there is water.

If your mouth turns into a knife, it will cut off your lips.

Those who live together cannot hide their behinds from each other.

If the State is going to fall, it is from the belly.

The bone given to you by the king is meat.

The earth is not ours, it is a treasure we hold in trust for future generations.

When the fish gets rotten, it all starts from the head.

Only the strong survive.

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