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African Proverbs African proverbs are thought of much more than artistic sayings They symbolize real life situations in just a few words that consummate great meaning In cultures without literature proverbs provide an array of values and knowledge Proverbs often also provide entertainment because they may consist of rhyme or clever allusions African leaders have turned to proverbs for their wisdom and to acquire support and respect from their people Proverbs are unforgettable not only because they abrupt but because they take a complicated life situation and sum it up into a few comprehensive words African proverbs convey an amorphous truth or experience usually about frailty and the way that people intermingle with one another When you think of one woman trying to lift a car that is just absurd but when others pitch in and help then it works better That is an example of an African Proverb It symbolizes how one person cant accomplish an abstruse task without the help of others If one finger tries to pick up something from the ground it cannot Ashanti Ghana In life we are faced with many disputes and sometimes may need help As the proverb says you cant pick something up without the help of others This instills manners togetherness and the fact that you are willing to take or get help from others For some people this is a big step This distinction examines the impact of family People tend to take others or things for granted What are you to do if one day you get into an accident and you legs get amputated Without the help the doctor there is no medical way that you will make it through that obstacle in your life Finally the day comes when you are about to graduate from high school about to go into the working world and continue to further
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