Saturday, 19 January 2013

Proverb #664

"Ka anyị yịrị, ka anyị yịrị, o nwere onye sọ-sọ nya yị jee agụ tagburu?" - Ajụjụ ndị Igbo. Literal Translation: "Let's walk together, let's walk together." [some can be heard saying ...] When have you ever heard that the lone-walker got eaten (killed) by a leopard?" - A rhetorical question of ndị igbo. Interpretation: "Solitude, to be solitary in your approach can be the best thing. Taking the road less travelled many times, can make the best difference. Also, have and keep the courage of your convictions.

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