21 Proverbs about Elders
1. To mock your elders is to wreck the house where you have to stay tonight.
2. It is the duty of children to wait on elders, and not the elders on children.
3. To serve our elders is a duty, our equals it is polite, but serving the young is humiliating.
4. One good punch on your enemy's nose, gives more pleasure than hearing well-meaning advice from your elders.
5. Our elders quote the cock as saying that "it would not be good if one becomes the only person in the world, and that is why they crow every morning to show their number".
6. Our elders say that at sunset, it is one's cloth that one goes to remove from the village square.
7. Landing a single punch on your enemies nose is more satisfying than hearing well-intentioned advice from your elders.
8. If a child's hands are clean, he can eat with elders.
9. The elders drink afterwards.
10. The elders of the council do not jump over a brook.