Quote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra: “A closed mouth catches no flies.”
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a closed mouth catches no flies
There is always that person who reminds of the ugly side of human nature. Some people just do not know how to filter words that come out of their mouths and end up causing a lot of pain in others. My six-year-old son has autism and gets very excitable in places and among people that he is not used to. As a result, we try to avoid taking him to places that raise his and our stress levels, like shopping malls. Mako is also an exhibitionist and when we have company he will pull out all the stops to ensure that he becomes the centre of attention. One hundred and twenty percent of my stress comes from his behavioural problems, especially when we have people around. The worst part of all this is having people, who five minutes before were asking me to explain what autism is, becoming the experts on how I should raise my child.
Talk is cheap, or so the saying goes. But the words we speak could cost us a bundle - in friendships, trust and respect.
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I am having the hardest time so if anybody has any ideas on how I could do this I would really appricate it. For starters, none of the three phrases you listed are actually proverbs. And the other two are what RBerg? For example: 'A closed mouth catches no flies. To disprove or back up a proverb, you'd have to discuss whether the "wisdom" is actually true.
English for Students. A closed mouth catches no flies. A cat has nine lives. The cat is a domesticated animal and is a very sacred animal in ancient times. The Egyptian civilization considered cat as a holy animal and so it was worshipped. The maxim says that even after going into a very bad situation some people recover without much damage.