Paradoxical Proverbs

Whether it is the matter of silent letters, writing styles or accent one keeps on learning English as it appears to be a perplexing language for those who have other language as their mother tongue.

According to Anthony Robbins – “The results we get in life is determined by how we communicate to ourselves. The quality of life is the quality of communication.” Thus, it is important to choose wise sayings (such as Proverb) that can steer us to the right direction we had predetermine.

Following are some contradictory wise sayings. Now what to obey what not to?:P

1.    “All good things come to those who wait” but “Time and tide waits for none”.

2.    “The pen is mightier than sword” but “  Actions speak louder then words”.

3.    “Many hands make the work lighter” but “Too many cooks spoil the broth”.

4.    “Doubt is the beginning of wisdom” but “Faith moves mountains”.

5.    “Practice makes a man perfect” but “No one is perfect”.

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