51 Hawaiian Proverbs / Page 2
21. In the word is life, in the word is death.
22. Knowledge is gained in many schools.
23. Love is like fog -- there is no mountain on which it does not rest.
24. Love is worn like a wreath through the summers and the winters.
25. No canoe is defiant on a stormy day.
26. No one is hurt by doing the right thing.
27. Paddle together, bail, paddle; paddle, bail; paddle towards the land.
28. Rains always follow the forest.
29. Someone who speaks about "my inferiors" doesn't have them.
30. Sweet tongues buy horses on credit.
31. The awkward person always breaks the board in riding on the surf.
32. The fish at the top edge of the fire.
33. The great night that provides, the great day that neglects.
34. The growth of love is the essence within the soul.
35. The Lehua blossom unfolds when the rains tread on it.
36. The leopard does not change his spots.
37. The rain follows after the forest.
38. The rippling water where birds gather.
39. The stars are the eyes of heaven.
40. There is life in the rain.