Tag Archives: Confucius
(367) My quoted Quotes in my Posts (6)
Posted by Valibhai Musa on February 7, 2013 in Character, Life, Miscellaneous, My quoted Quotes
Tags: Abraham Lincoln, Alfred Adler, Amy Vanderbilt, character, Charles Horton Cooley, Confucius, Dale Carnegie, Dennis Farana, Emily Post, Lou Holtz, Reputation, Socrates, William Hersey Davis
Roll of Tongue for Creation of the World more Peaceful!
This post follows to my earlier Article – Human’s Ungratefulness towards the Creator of the Worlds. I had discussed there the functions and usefulness of the three limbs of human body – ears, eyes and brain. Today, I am before you with ‘Tongue’ as my subject of the post. Just before to proceed on, I’ll remind my Gujarati Readers a well known Gujarati writer named Jyotindra H. Dave for his humorous literature. I’ll draw kind attention of them towards his light essay titled on “Jeebh (Tongue)”. It was a humorous Article, but the Author had indirectly conveyed his many more messages related to human behavior and character.
But, I am here in my serious tone to write something precisely, straightway on ‘Tongue’ with no any satires or sarcasms. The Creator of the Worlds has bestowed the human with his numerous blessings. When we ponder over the limbs of human body, the ‘tongue’ would look special. All the limbs save this ‘tongue’ get tired when we take excessive work from them, but tongue never aches or gets tired while speaking. Even in dream or while the brain recalls one’s days activities in sleep, the tongue starts to speak in unclear and murmuring tone of speech which we may call it as prattling.
Posted by Valibhai Musa on September 19, 2009 in Article, Character, Civilization, Culture, gujarati, Human behavior, Humanity
Tags: Confucius, Gautam Buddha, Hajarat Ali, human, humorous, Jyotindra H. Dave, life, linguistics, Maimonides, Social, tongue, violence-free world
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