Malawian Proverbs >>
(About Death & Dying, Divorces, Good & Evil, Life, Love)
The betrothed of good is evil; the betrothed of life is death; the betrothed of love is divorce.
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When you are crossing over a river you might be eaten by crocodiles, but don't let yourself get bitten by the little fish.
Every joy will follow in grief's footsteps.
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Based on Keywords: betrothed