What value is implied by each of the following well-known sayings? For instance, the proverb “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and he’ll eat forever” advocates the value of education. Different strokes for different folks. A penny saved is a penny earned. Where there’s a will, there’s a way. What goes around comes around. Stop and smell the roses.
Haste makes waste. Look before you leap. Pretty is as pretty does. 3. Discuss the values implied by these sayings from other cultures.
Even a sheet of paper has two sides. (Japanese) Bury the hatchet beneath the root of the tree. (Native American) One does evil enough when one does nothing good. (German) Shrouds are made without pockets. (Yiddish) Unjustly got wealth is snow sprinkled with hot water. (Chinese) One head cannot hold all wisdom. (Maasai)