TONGAN QUOTES

“Ko e tokoni ‘a e tangata, ko e pakete ‘a e God.” ( “The support of man is the gift of God.”)

“Faka’apa’apa, malie ma’ae tangata.” ( “Respectful, kind to people.”)

“Ko e fakalelei ‘a e katoanga ke faka-‘osongi ‘a e fakatokanga.” ( “Humility makes greatness more admirable.”)

“Mamahi ‘oku ‘ilo ‘a e vainga keke fai.” ( “It’s easy to know what you should do.”)

“Koe vaohi ‘a e fakalataha ke ke ‘alia ‘oku ‘ikai ke mo’oni.” ( “The best way to make peace is to avoid conflict.”)

“Tata’ki ‘oku tala mai ‘e he ngaahi loto.” ( “Our words reveal our hearts.”)

“Koe to’onga ‘a e hala.” ( “The reward is in the journey.”)

“Koe taimi ‘oku faka’ofa mo e taimi ‘oku faka’apa’apa.” ( “Love at the right time, respect at all times.”)

“Kae ‘ofa ki he tu’a ko e uaine kehekehe.” ( “Don’t love the outside, it may be green but rotten inside.”)

“Faka’ao fetauaki ‘aki ‘ilo kae laufofonga.” ( “Prevent regret by looking ahead.”)

“Koe sio ki he ‘otua na’e lau ‘i ha me’a totonu.” ( “Pray to God and put your trust in Him.”)

“Koe halahala ‘o ha toe toe ha ha fakamafola ‘o loto.” ( “Repeating something can bring clarity to the heart.”)

“Koe faahinga ‘a e ‘ofa hange ko e loto.” ( “Love is more of a state of mind than an emotion.”) WORST PERSON QUOTES

“Kuo tu’u ‘alofa ‘ihe loto.” ( “Love resides in the heart.”)

“Kae po’uli he ‘ofa ‘oku tonu mo e peau.” ( “Love may fade, but its memory remains.”)

“Koe ma’u ‘a e ‘oku fai ‘a e poupou totonu.” ( “You get what you put in.”)

“Koe hoko ‘a e toki mo e tui, ka ‘oku ‘ikai ‘ulu.” ( “The hammer and needle will do the work, but not the head.”)

“Kuo fili ha lau ola’iha ‘oku ou lea mo e toki kae ou haa.” ( “I have chosen a path that I will keep following.”)

“Teu faingamalie mo e ta’engata.” ( “Be kind to people.”)

“Mounga toe me’a ‘oku fai nai?” ( “What’s the use in talking without doing anything?”)

“Koe hoko ‘a e to’onga keke ma’u ai.” ( “The reward comes from earning it.”)

“Koe fakamanatu ‘oku ‘ikai ke puaki kae fakawele ‘o loto.” ( “Remembering doesn’t mean you should speak or feel.”)

“Fakaloto ‘a e ngaue fakaveve ‘oku ‘ikai ke ma’u.” ( “Finish the job even if it’s difficult.”)

“Koe hoko ‘a e ‘otua ke ke loto kehe.” ( “God speaks to those who listen.”)