Every nation has its wisdoms. Native American wisdoms definitely reflect the interaction between man and nature, between man and man. No matter if we are in a difficult period, in one where we want to change our life in a positive direction, to get rid of bad habits, we always need motivation. We can also find it in wisdom.
Today in our column "Proverbs, Wisdom, Quotes" we share with you 15 Indian thoughts about life.
A good person sees good signs.
Quiet days are necessary to hear yourself.
If you find yourself riding a dead horse - get off it!
The silent person knows twice as much as the talker.
Home is where you feel good.
When the last tree is cut down, when the last river is poisoned, when the last bird is caught, only then will you know that money is not eaten.
In every person there is a struggle between the evil and the good wolf. The wolf you feed always wins.
If you have something to say, stand up to be seen.
An enemy is not always an enemy and a friend is a friend.
Even a dead fish can drift with the current.
Life flows from the inside out.
A word well spoken is better than an ax well aimed.
One must make his own arrows.
When you tie a horse to a post, do you expect him to gain strength?
The frog doesn't drink the lake it lives in.