Monday, October 10, 2011

Proverb Monday, #43

Proverb: Kora a εda nsuo mu nsuro awɔ
Meaning: A Calabash lying in the water, does not fear the cold.
Context: If you are already in trouble, you don't fear it.
No. 943 in Bu me Bε by Peggy Appiah et al.

2 comments:

  1. hmmm. I wonder why my mom didn't share this proverb with me when I was a kid. LoL

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  2. lol. She's scared of what you might take from it.

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