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Hi guys, A closed mouth catches no flies means that the less you talk about something or people, less the chances of you being judged. We often land up not thinking before we talk. This way we land up hurting people. There is no harm in talking or suggesting as long as we think before we speak.

We should learn how to evaluate a situation before talking. Not everybody likes to be advised. We should keep in mind, the sentiments of others before we make a remark.

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Re: A closed mouth catches no flies. - June 30th, 2013

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Hi guys, A closed mouth catches no flies means that the less you talk about something or people, less the chances of you being judged. We often land up not thinking before we talk. This way we land up hurting people. There is no harm in talking or suggesting as long as we think before we speak.

We should learn how to evaluate a situation before talking. Not everybody likes to be advised. We should keep in mind, the sentiments of others before we make a remark.

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I completely disagree, there are times when i go wrong and i like it when someone corrects me, yes initially we do feel irritated with but if we look at it in a positive way, then it is a good thing for us because everyone learns only when they make mistakes, it is a part of life.

If someone talks something which is not right or makes no sense, it is better to speak out our views and opinions on the same topic, keeping quiet is not going to do us any good neither to the person who speaks in that manner, they could mislead the people and society so i would always prefer correcting someone and would look forward and let people correct me if i am wrong!
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Re: A closed mouth catches no flies. - July 1st, 2013

All i mean was ...u should avoid nonsense talk and not to indulge in mouth fight...and it not be encouraged...
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