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A fisherman was fishing in a river, crossing it with his network from one to another shore; then, with a stone tied to the end of a rope of linen, he was waving the water so that the fish, stuned, were falling down into the meshes of the network. 

A neighbor saw him proceeding this way and reproached him to be muddying the river, forcing them to drink the cloudy water; but he responded:

"if I do not stir the river, I will have to die of famine!"


Equal happens inside the nations: as more discord sow the agitators among the people, more will be the profit that they will obtain. Always forms your own opinion and do not go to where others want to push you. Make your own decision.

 

 

 

 
 

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