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Jamaican Proverbs

Jamaican Proverbs

Many timeless Jamaican proverbs and Jamaican sayings that have been handed down through generations. Our proverbs are thought to contain the essence of wisdom... wisdom which came through experience... experience which came from making mistakes; and may be largely a record of our predecessor's mistakes, distilled to a single phrase, and turned into an example for generations to come.

This method of imparting moral values and advice is part our cultural fabric; and has helped to maintain the cultural connectivity between today's youngsters and the previous generation. Heeding to the advice of these colorful sayings may be of great way to avoid foolishness and stupidity.

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