Part 3: On cageyness, caution, moderation, patience, and prudence
Sà á bí olóògùn-ún ti wí.
Invoke it exactly as the maker of the charm instructed.
(Always follow instructions, and do not presume to know better than your instructor.)
Patience has its profits.
(Patience is a useful quality to cultivate.)
Sùúrù loògùn ayé.
Patience is the talisman for living.
(Patience solves all problems.)
Sùúrù ò lópin.
There is no end to the need for patience.
(One must never tire of exercising patience.)