The original language and script: Munte cu munte nu se-ntâlnește, dar om cu om se-ntâlnește.
The original is represented in Roman form as a Romanian proverb
The transliterated proverb: Mountain with mountain does not meet, but man with man meets
The fully translated proverb: A mountain doesn’t meet a mountain, but a man meets a man.
H: My mum always told me mountains do not meet but people do. I tell that to people till this day.
The informant communicated that this saying is one that always gives them hope of seeing someone again. That their paths will cross again for them to come face to face. It’s a reminder, for most, of how small our worlds really are. We are more connected than we know.