We start as fool and become wise through experience.
If you refuse the elder's advise you will walk the whole day.
A person who is not disciplined cannot be cautioned.
In the world all the things are two and two.
Even the night has ears.
Love has to be shown by deeds not words.
A wise person will always find a way.
Two ants do not fail to pull one grasshopper.
When two elephants fight, it is the grass that gets trampled.
Even flies have ears.
Make some money but don’t let money make you.
Do not forget what is to be a sailor because of being a captain yourself.
Wisdom is wealth.
Do not mend your neighbor’s fence before looking to your own.
One who bathes willingly with cold water doesn’t feel the cold.
Do not make the dress before the child is born.
A sheep cannot bleat in two different places at the same time.
Events follow one another like the days of the week.
Little by little, a little becomes a lot.
The roaring lion kills no game.
The robin and the wren are God's cock and hen; the martin and the swallow are God's mate and marrow.
That which is good is never finished.
Everything has an end.
To be without a friend is to be poor indeed.
Every bird flies with its own wings.
Hurry hurry has no blessings.
He who wanders around by day a lot, learns a lot.
A heart deep in love has no patience.
The gratitude of a donkey is a kick.
Better to lose your eyes than your heart.
He who praises rain has been rained on.
Put a riddle to a fool, a clever person will solve it.
Where there’s a will there’s a way.
If you love a pumpkin also love its flower.
Better to stumble with toe than tongue.
A good thing sells itself, a bad one advertises itself.
Tanzanian proverbs are particularly insightful and therefore smart to use. I here describe such proverbs related to Tanzanian nature. Enjoy the Tanzanian Proverbs which are given above the page.