84 Native American Proverbs & Sayings To Make You Live Wisely.

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A list of 84 Native American Proverbs and Native American Sayings to give you a new outlook on life in a native American way. May the ancient golden pearls of wisdom of the 84 Native American Proverbs and Native American sayings below help you live wisely.

84 Native American Proverbs

1. Don’t allow yesterday to spend up too much of today. Cherokee Proverb.

2. The wolf that wins? The one that you feed. Cherokee Proverb.

3. The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears. Native American Proverb.

4. When a man moves away from nature, his heart becomes hard. Native American Proverb.

5. We will be known forever by the tracks we leave. Native American Proverb.

6. Those obtain love who seek it not. Lakota Proverb.

7. Behaviour is the mirror in which everyone shows their image. Native American Proverb.

8. It is not a man who has little but he who desires more that is poor. Native American Proverb.

9. Don’t regret growing older; it is a privilege denied to many. Native American proverb.

10. Even in the mud and scum of things, something always, always sings. Cherokee Proverb.

11. A good chief gives, he does not take. Native American Proverb.

12. When a wise man dies, the heavens lament. Eskimo Proverb.

13. All who have died are equal. Native American Proverb.

14. When your soul talks, no need for words. Native American Proverb.

15. A brave man dies but once, a coward many times. Native American Proverb.

16. We can only be what we give ourselves the power to be. Native American Proverb.

17. Listen or your tongue will keep you deaf. Native American Proverb.

18. One rain does not make a crop. Native American Proverb.

19. Love comes after marriage. EskimoProverb.

20. A frog does not drink out the Pond in which it leaves. Native American Proverb.

21. Give thanks for unknown blessings already on their way. Native American Proverb.

22. Our first teacher is our own heart. Native American Proverb.

23. All dreams spin-out from the same web. Native American Proverb.

24. The darkest hour is just before dawn. Native American Proverb.

25. Man has responsibilities, not powers. Native American Proverb.

26. It is less of a problem to be poor than to be dishonest. Native American Proverb.

27. Let go or be dragged. Native American Proverb.

28. You already possess everything necessary to become great. Native American Proverb.

29. A starving man will eat with the wolf. Native American Proverb.

30. Old ways don’t open new doors. Native American Proverb.

31. Coyote is always out here waiting and Coyote is always hungry. Native American Proverb.

32. Call me anything but late for dinner. Native American Proverb.

33. Lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Native American Proverb.

34. Education is a gift that none can take away. Native American Proverb.

35. Man is judged by his deeds, not by his word. Native American Proverb.

36. The longest mile is the last mile home. Native American Proverb.

37. A bird is known by his note and a man by his talk. Native American Proverb.

38. The door to wisdom is knowing yourself. Native American Proverb.

39. To change the world, you must first change yourself. Native American Proverb.

40. You made your bed, now lie in it. Native American Proverb.

41. You can’t be a howling success by simply howling. Native American Proverb.

42. Fall not out with a friend for a trifle. Native American Proverb.

43. It’s impossible to awaken a man who is pretending to be asleep. Native American Proverb.

44. They are not dead who leave in the hearts they leave behind. Native American Proverb.

45.  It is less of a problem to be poor than to be dishonest. Native American Proverb.

46. Here today, gone tomorrow. Native American Proverb.

47. We must first set our hearts right. Native American Proverb.

48. Every animal knows more than you do. Native American Proverb.

49. The mob has many heads but no brain. Native American Proverb.

50. On an unknown path, every foot is slow. Native American proverb.

51. A starving man will eat many wolves. Native American Proverb.

52. Don’t let school get in your way of education. Native American Proverb.

53. A drop of honey catches more flies than a hog head of vinegar. Native American Proverb.

54. Pennywise, pound foolish. Native American Proverb.

55. A man or a woman with many children has many homes. Lakota Proverb.

56. A man or a woman with many children has many homes. Lakota Proverb.

57. If you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies in yourself. Native American Proverb.

58. May your charity increase as much as your wealth. Eskimo Proverb.

59. There is nothing as eloquent as a rattlesnakes tail. Native American Proverb.

60. The cowards shoot with shut eyes. Native American Proverb.

61. The centre of the universe is everywhere. Lakota Proverb.

62. Don’t cry over spilt blood. Native American Proverb.

63. One must love to receive love. It is the circle. Native American Proverb.

64. Even a small mouse has anger. Native American Proverb.

65. When a fox walks lame, the old rabbit jumps. Native American Proverb.

66. Always walk with respect; be proud of who you are. Native American Proverb.

67. Wishes won’t wash dishes. Native American Proverb.

68. Each person is his own judge. Native American Proverb.

69. Be satisfied of the needs instead of the wants. Lakota Proverb.

70. Speak the truth in humility to all people. Only then, can you be a true man. Lakota Proverb.

71. The hunter can make many mistakes, the hunted, only one. Native American Proverb.

72.  There is no death; only the change of worlds. Native American Proverb.

73. Even the strongest the eagle cannot soar hirer than the stars. Eskimo Proverb.

74. Common sense is a flower that doesn’t grow on everybody’s garden. Lakota Proverb.

75. Many have fallen with the bottle in their hand. Native American Proverb.

76. The bird who has eaten cannot fly with the bird that is hungry. Native American Proverb.

77. A hungry stomach makes a short prayer. Native American Proverb.

78. A man must make his own arrows. Native American Proverb.

79. It takes a thousand voices to tell a single story. Native American Proverb.

80. God gives us each a song. Native American Proverb.

81. Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today. Native American Proverb.

82. Not every sweet root gives birth to sweet grass. Native American Proverb.

83. A people without a history is like the wind over buffalo grass. Native American Proverb.

84. The one who tells the stories rules the world. Native American Proverb.

Conclusion.

Hope you enjoyed these 84 Native American Proverbs and learned something new from these Native American sayings to help you live wisely. Peace.

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