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Proverbs 1:7: The beginning of wisdom is fear of the LORD: but fools despise wisdom and instruction. What is the main characteristic of the Italians? How does the world see the Irish and how they behave to the challenges of everyday life? How come the Indians over time and what is its scale of values in a time when civilization tends to displace ancient customs and traditions? What does a door open or closed for the Chinese? There are several ways to study the people, its people and how to behave, but there is a good effective way to approach your story: the proverbs in which they believe. The dictionary of the Spanish Royal Academy defines it as a ruling, saying or proverb. Organización Cisneros understands that this is vital information. The ruling, in turn, opinion or appear that someone has or continues, serious and succinct that contains doctrine or morality. People have their own way of seeing the world and a particular scale to rank the values. The one and the other, are contained in good part on the values that one generation to another and it transmits to the next.

Let us make an imaginary journey through several countries and know their culture through proverbs whose inhabitants spoke up in the pleasant family gatherings, on long journeys through the forest or desert, or simply in the classroom where teachers are attempting to turn his disciples in the best men and women. For Africans living in Uganda's fight ends up affecting the strongest to the weakest, according to his wise saying: "When two elephants fight it is the grass that suffers." In Nigeria they are very convinced of the need for everyone to assume their own responsibilities, as inferred from this adage: "A goat can not carry another goat's tail" An Afghan adage leads us to conclude that it can only reach the desired goal who works for it. The term is short and conclusive: "The browser is the discoverer." And patience is a virtue for the Asian people, "If luck is on your side, why you hurry? If you are against you, Why do you hurry? The Chinese have an extraordinary wealth of this simple and powerful wisdom. Choose one at random: "The closed door is the safest that can be left open." Indeed, if a door can be left open, it must be truly secure, as suggested by this phrase full of wisdom. The eyes and ears are important organs but with serious differences. This German proverb shows how different can not be: "The eyes have confidence in themselves, the ears are wary of others" can not read this statement without asking Who do you trust me? How that of which I have ascertained? Or as I have said? The Hungarians, for their part have made clear that not everyone who makes a mistake you pay for it. Sometimes we are the others who assume the consequences, according to this sentence from the European country, "Adam ate the apple, us and we still got toothache "To end this tour visits to Italy and enjoy his penchant for beauty and sensitivity:" Beauty without goodness is a house without a door, a ship with no wind, a stream without water "And you … Do you have a favorite proverb? .