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Some people were travelling for certain matter, when they found a crow that had lost an eye. They turned towards the crow his looks, and one of the pedestrians advised the return, since in his opinion, to do it was what was advising the prediction. But other of the walkers took the word and said:

"How may this crow predict the Future, if he can not see his own future, in order to avoid the loss of his eye?"



The one who cannot take care of himself, is less stated to advise to the neighbor.

 

 

 

 
 

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