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35 Filipino Proverbs On Success

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35 Filipino Proverbs On Success

Filipino proverbs or Philippine proverbs are traditional sayings or maxims used by Filipinos based on local culture, wisdom, and philosophies from Filipino life. The word proverb corresponds to the Tagalog words salawikain, kasabihan (saying) and sawikain (although the latter may also refer to mottos or idioms), and to the Ilocano word sarsarita. Proverbs originating from the Philippines are described as forceful and poetic expressions and basic forms of euphemisms. If used in everyday conversations, proverbs are utilized to emphasize a point or a thought of reasoning: the Filipino philosophy. May these Filipino Proverbs On Success inspire you to take action so that you may live your dreams.

1. “If you plant, you harvest. (Kung may tinanim, may aanihin.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "If you plant, you harvest. (Kung may tinanim, may aanihin.)" Filipino Proverb

2. “A broom is sturdy because its strands are tightly bound. (Matibay ang walis, palibhasa’y magkabigkis.)” Filipino Proverb

3. “Every jungle has a snake. (Lahat ng gubat ay may ahas.)” Filipino Proverb

4. “Still waters run deep. (Kapag ang dagat ay tahimik, asahan mo at malalim.)” Filipino Proverb

5. “The pain of a little finger is felt by the whole body. (Ang sakit ng kalingkingan, sakit ng buong katawan.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "The pain of a little finger is felt by the whole body. (Ang sakit ng kalingkingan, sakit ng buong katawan.)" Filipino Proverb

6. “A quitter never wins, a winner never quits. (Ang umaayaw ay di nagwawagi. Ang nagwawagi ay di umaayaw.)” Filipino Proverb

7. “There is no need to cry over spilt milk. (Magsisi ka man at huli wala nang mangyayari.)” Filipino Proverb

8. “Stew received for those who persevere. (Pag may tiyaga may nilaga.)” Filipino Proverb

9. “He who does not look back from where he came will never reach his destination. (Ang taong hindi marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay hindi makakarating sa paroroonan.)” Filipino Proverb

10. “Whatever the tree, so is the fruit. (Kung ano ang puno, siya ang bunga.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "Whatever the tree, so is the fruit. (Kung ano ang puno, siya ang bunga.)" Filipino Proverb

11. “A man who talks too much accomplishes little. (Maraming salita, kulang sa gawa.)” Filipino Proverb

12. “Every pot has a matching lid. (Walang palayok na walang kasukat na tungtong.)” Filipino Proverb

13. “Emulate what is good; ignore what is bad. (Pulutin ang mabuti, iwaksi ang masama.)” Filipino Proverb

14. “Promptness wins over diligence. (Daig ng maagap ang masipag.)” Filipino Proverb

15. “Noisy is a can when it contains nothing. (Ang latang walang laman ay maingay.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "Noisy is a can when it contains nothing. (Ang latang walang laman ay maingay.)" Filipino Proverb

16. “A quiet person hides his anger. (Ang taong walang kibo, nasa loob ang kulo.)” Filipino Proverb

17. “Poverty is not a hindrance to success. (Ang karukhaan ay hindi hadlang sa pagtatagumpay.)” Filipino Proverb

18. “Knowledge is a wealth that cannot be stolen. (Awán kas iti sursúro a sanikuá, ta daytá awán makatákaw kenká.)” Filipino Proverb

19. “As long as there is life, there is still hope. (Habang may buhay, may pag-asa.)” Filipino Proverb

20. “If you stash, you have something to withdraw. (Kapag may isinuksok, may madudukot.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "If you stash, you have something to withdraw. (Kapag may isinuksok, may madudukot.)" Filipino Proverb

21. “Before you say and do, think about it seven times. (Bago mo sabihin at gawin, makapitong isipin.)” Filipino Proverb

22. “A good example is more effective than a great statement. (Ang mabuting halimbawa ay higit na mabisa kaysa sa pahayag na dakila.)” Filipino Proverb

23. “Fear the living, not the dead. (Matakot ka sa buhay, h’wag sa patay.)” Filipino Proverb

24. “What is grass good for, if the horse is already dead. (Aanhin pa ang damo kung patay na ang kabayo.)” Filipino Proverb

25. “If the blanket is short, learn to curl. (Habang maikli ang kumot, matutong mamaluktot.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "If the blanket is short, learn to curl. (Habang maikli ang kumot, matutong mamaluktot.)" Filipino Proverb

26. “Life is like a wheel, sometimes we were on top but sometimes on the ground. (Ang buhay ay parang gulong minsan nasa itaas minsan nasa ibaba.)” Filipino Proverb

27. “The land has ears, news has wings. (May tainga ang lupa, may pakpak ang balita.)” Filipino Proverb

28. “You cannot pull hair from the bald. (Wala kang masasabunot sa kalbo.)” Filipino Proverb

29. “A patriot who is wounded becomes more courageous. (Ang bayaning nasusugatan, nag-iibayo ang tapang.)” Filipino Proverb

30. “He who does not love his own language is worse than an animal and a smelly fish. (Ang hindi marunong magmahal sa sariling wika ay masahol pa sa hayop at malansang isda.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "He who does not love his own language is worse than an animal and a smelly fish. (Ang hindi marunong magmahal sa sariling wika ay masahol pa sa hayop at malansang isda.)" Filipino Proverb

31. “God helps those who help themselves. (Nasa Diyos ang awa, nasa tao ang gawa.)” Filipino Proverb

32. “Better late than never. (Huli man daw at magaling, naihahabol din.)” Filipino Proverb

33. “He who has a clean conscience has nothing to be afraid of. (Ang may malinis na kalooban ay walang kinatatakutan.)” Filipino Proverb

34. “My fate, though I do not find, will make its way to me if it’s truly mine. (Ang kapalaran ko di man hanapin, dudulog lalapit kung talagang akin.)” Filipino Proverb

35. “If someone throws stones at you, throw back bread. (Kapag binato ka ng bato, batuhin mo ng tinapay.)” Filipino Proverb

Filipino Proverbs On Success - "If someone throws stones at you, throw back bread. (Kapag binato ka ng bato, batuhin mo ng tinapay.)" Filipino Proverb

I hope you enjoyed these Filipino Proverbs On Success. Do let us know which one was your favorite in the comments section below.

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Being a mischievous youth in my early days, I often cause misunderstanding among my classmates and friends. This also lead to numerous failed social relationships among my peers. The pandemic led me to reassess my life and through a series of unplanned events, I am now the one giving people advice through the power of words.

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