The goat that doesn’t want to get its bears wet will remain thirsty.
Meaning:

This proverb preaches against pride. The goat in the context must first dip its jaw into the pond in other to drink. In the process, its bear gets wet. This is letting us understand that we must trim down our feathers in other to grow a new one. Like getting something under the bed, one must first bend down, same is humility before elevation.

 

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