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His words will condemn him

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Submitted by Seamus Dafydd Dives MacNemi (United States), Sep 25, 2009 at 09:12

Thy tongue is as a two edged sword. With one edge you smite your enemy and with the other you smite yourself. Far better it is to hold your sword in its scabbard than to unsheath it with an unskilled hand.

Enemies are things we create in our minds as an excuse for hating our neighbors. A man who makes no excuses has no enemies. Think about that.

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