Proverb: Hard ears pickney must feel. Or, Hard ears pickney dead a sun hot.
Translation: Children who do not hear will be punished.
Explanation: When a person is not willing to listen to and follow sound advice, there's usually a consequence that they must pay.
Proverb: Want it want it can't get it, and get it get it no want it.
Translation: Those who want something are usually not able to get it, while the ones who do have it, usually do not want it.
Explanation: People don't always appreciate what they have. Instead they waste time lusting after something that someone else has.
Proverb: Chicken merry, hawk deh near
Translation: When the chicken is happy, there's usually a hovering hawk nearby.
Explanation: Danger can usually be found where you least expect it. Therefore, when we are most light-hearted, that's when we need to be most temperate .
Jun 19, 17 10:52 PM
Sometimes I wonder if the Christian life is worth it. Like, is the reward worth all the stress and aggravation that we go through?
Jun 07, 17 11:07 PM
Have you ever felt like there was a monkey on your back? How would you like to train your monkey?
May 30, 17 11:08 PM
Looks can be deceiving. Have you ever seen something that was beautiful on the outside but the inside was just ... messy?