Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Say with Care


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Speak carefully for,
Harsh words can’t be taken back

After they’re spoken! 

Linking with Haiku Horizons

Happy Reading

Cheers

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Haiku is a traditional form of a Japanese poetry that consists of 3 lines, following a 5-7-5 syllable rule (first and third line 5 syllables, middle line 7 syllables). They don’t necessarily have to rhyme.

36 Discussion

  1. a simple lesson which somehow people just refuse to learn...

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  2. Its surprising how much kids absorb; we think they are too young for anything to register but a lot of what we do does register.

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    1. Yes, very well point made..
      Kids often absorb more than their elders can ever think!

      Cheers

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  3. True! That's why we need to think before we speak!

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  4. Oh I so need to remember this one.

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  5. Absolutely... not just for kids but elders too

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    1. Of course.. More for elders than kids!

      Cheers

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  6. A lot of people need to learn and follow this.

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  7. ahaa! very true and few of the people whom i know, should learn it from here!

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    1. I guess almost everybody needs to learn this..!!

      Cheers

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  8. Beautiful Geetika. Kindness matters a lot:)

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    1. It surely does Vishal..!!
      Thanks :)

      Cheers

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  9. Very true ... words once spoken cannot be undone.

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