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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

What does this proverb mean: Pousyè pa janm leve san van?

There's a reason behind everything that happens.
"Dust does not rise without the wind."

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  1. Thanks! Can you give some examples of appropriate times to use this?

    1. Carol just got up one day and left her husband. She never came back. Her husband swears that he has done nothing to her and cannot think of one thing that could have made her leave. But we know better. "Pousyè pa janm leve san van"... He must have done something.