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|“Go to the ant thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise” -|
Bible: Proverbs 6:6
Hebrew: לך אל הנמלה עצל; ראה דרכיה וחכם" – משלי ו, ו
Ants are great teachers . There are things you can learn from ants that will help you succeed professionally more than your academic or technical education. Ants are diligent and prudent: diligent by working hard without coercion, and prudent by saving part of all production. These two basic necessities for success are generally neglected in modern societies, where pleasure is worshipped and deficit spending is encouraged.
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- [2013-05-31 1:10]
Neat train of thought, I like where you took this one from and have described and illustrated this so very well.
Neat presentation too, an apt addition to the theme today, very welldone and thankyou for taking the time out to have some fun with the theme.
All wisdom is at Bible.
Nice proverb and very well done photo.
Hello Tsilla, an interesting proverb that I was unfamiliar with, but you have illustrated it beautifully with this picture.
As you say, ants are amazing creatures as your picture shows.
For once the text on the frame is totally appropriate.
Tfs, regards Jean.
- [2013-05-31 15:12]
Your image matches this proverb in great details Tsilla.I am not aware of this proverb,but can see its wisdom,espescially when related to a lazy individual.A good illustration.
great ilustration of a great wisdom
Nice picture and a very good illustration of the proverb
Have a good weekend