Richard Anthony

#damage #mateus William

Life teaches us many things…..

Directly or Indirectly……

In a good way or a bad way…..
The experience what we get matters in the long run. We mature in life with these experiences. The more the damage the more the ability to execute in future and the more the maturity.

The amount of damage is what relates to the ability to live life accordingly and not the years that matter.

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Three monkeys

See no evil,

Hear no evil,

Speak no evil.


बुरा मत देखो,

बुरा मत सुनो,

बुरा मत बोलो.

 Three monkeys first emerged in Japan in the 17th century and was later adopted worldwide as a message of peace and tolerance due to Mahatma Gandhi’s visual metaphor of the three monkeys, with one of them covering his eyes, the second his mouth, and the third his ears.

The three wise monkeys (Japanese), sometimes called the three mystic apes. The three monkeys are Mizaru, covering his eyes, who sees no evil; Kikazaru, covering his ears, who hears no evil; and Iwazaru, covering his mouth, who speaks no evil



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