Creative Proverbs from the Palestinian Culutre
Creative Proverbs from the . .
Palestinian* Culture
(* denotes a culture rather than a country.)

Background: Palestinian religious beliefs between 3000 and 300 BC are usually defined by the languages of those who practiced them: e.g., Amorite, Hurrian, Ugaritic, Phoenician, Aramaic, and Moabite. Knowledge of the religions of these groups is very uneven. Only from the city-state of Ugarit (14th-13th centuries BC) is there a wide range of religious expression.

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Proverbs from the Palestinian Culture
You will not dare mistreat the face you see in the morning.
Away from the eye, away from the mind.
IF only I were a bird! Ah, but eating caterpillars?
Sell what you have bought while the dust is still on your shoes.
Whatever is written on the forehead is always seen.

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