35 Sayings of Samoan Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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35 Sayings of Samoan Origin

1. "One good turn deserves another." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

One good turn deserves another. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

2. "It grew in the bush, but it is cast away in the road." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

It grew in the bush, but it is cast away in the road. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

3. "The stones and the earth weep." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The stones and the earth weep. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

4. "The deaf hears when he is tapped." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The deaf hears when he is tapped. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

5. "Gather the breadfruit from the farthest branches first." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Gather the breadfruit from the farthest branches first. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

6. "The snake when about to be killed looks but does not escape." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The snake when about to be killed looks but does not escape. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

7. "Look before you leap." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Look before you leap. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

8. "Sit and wait for the good chestnuts." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Sit and wait for the good chestnuts. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

9. "The offspring of birds are fed with flower nectar, but the children of men are nurtured with words." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The offspring of birds are fed with flower nectar, but the children of men are nurtured with words. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

10. "The coconut tree doesn't sway on its own, but is swayed by the wind." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The coconut tree doesn't sway on its own, but is swayed by the wind. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

11. "Who sits at home in the morning will not eat in the evening." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Who sits at home in the morning will not eat in the evening. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

12. "May your mind be like cool water." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

May your mind be like cool water. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

13. "You shake in vain the branch that bears no fruit." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

You shake in vain the branch that bears no fruit. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

14. "Strong in heart, but broken in the back." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Strong in heart, but broken in the back. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

15. "Blessed is the moon; it goes but it comes back again." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Blessed is the moon; it goes but it comes back again. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

16. "Singing like the birds dawn chorus." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Singing like the birds dawn chorus. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

17. "Sin is carried in the mouth." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Sin is carried in the mouth. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

18. "We must be of one mind in the undertaking." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

We must be of one mind in the undertaking. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

19. "A careless person will be taken by surprise by his watchful enemy." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

A careless person will be taken by surprise by his watchful enemy. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

20. "May it end with threats and not come to blows." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

May it end with threats and not come to blows. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

21. "If at first you don't succeed try, try and try again." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

If at first you don't succeed try, try and try again. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

22. "Like a fish, one should look for a hole in the net." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Like a fish, one should look for a hole in the net. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

23. "When a crab is caught it is pierced with its own leg." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

When a crab is caught it is pierced with its own leg. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

24. "Words don't break bones." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Words don't break bones. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

25. "The person who has burned their fingers often asks for tongs." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The person who has burned their fingers often asks for tongs. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

26. "Catch the bird and watch the breakers." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Catch the bird and watch the breakers. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

27. "The way to authority is through service." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The way to authority is through service. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

28. "Our lives are decreed to be taken by the gods." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Our lives are decreed to be taken by the gods. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

29. "The hand strikes the eye." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The hand strikes the eye. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

30. "Stones decay; words last." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Stones decay; words last. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

31. "There is a lou (harvesting pole) for every crop." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

There is a lou (harvesting pole) for every crop. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

32. "A decision made at night may be changed in the morning." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

A decision made at night may be changed in the morning. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

33. "Having foolishly got into trouble he is asking for help." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Having foolishly got into trouble he is asking for help. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

34. "Let each do his share of the work." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

Let each do his share of the work. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings

 

35. "The mat is warm." (Samoan Sayings) Click to tweet

The mat is warm. (Samoan Sayings);  #AustralianSayings