Self Improvement Non-Fiction posted October 19, 2013


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If we were learned to tell! A Non-Fiction in 220 words

If Some Could Tell!

by Alcreator Litt Dear


Act Wise Or Unwise!
Man has instinct of telling something. Wise men are known by their art and science of telling.

An unwise person commits a blunder by telling anything and everything of the past, the present and the future about anybody, anywhere, at any time, as he likes. He does not speak in necessity, or at anyone's need or requirement. He opens his mouth to speak only for his tongue, lip, or mouth satisfaction. Sometimes, he speaks merely for getting a mystic pleasure. Loosely, he speaks in order to gain instant profit, or see effect temporarily. 

A wise person speaks what is true, absolutely necessary, justifiable, or righteous.

Par excellence, a wise man does not tell everything to everyone. He speaks only if he finds it is necessary, demanded or required. He speaks the right words to the right person(s), rightly, at right time and at the right place, in a right perspective. By nature, he is an unselfish person. He tells nothing for his pride, or self-happiness. He speaks not for his own tongue, mouth, or lip's satisfaction, or to get any sort of mystical  pleasure. He speaks in people, onto any land, nation, or to the cause of mankind. He never speaks a word just for instant, immediate gain, profit, or fame. He speaks for true consequences, and true effectual result.



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