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Better lean and good than fat and evil.
The swiftest horse can't overtake a word once spoken
The ripest fruit falls by itself.
The meaning of this proverb is praying and doing good. This applies to me because I go to church on Sundays to pray to God.
This proverb suggests you should think before you speak because once words are spoken out loud you can't take them back. This applies to me because I sometimes make fun of my sister and I didn't mean to say it.
The meaning of this proverb is the fruit that falls by itself is ready to go. This applies to me because we have a little grape tree in my backyard but one fell and it was the ripest.
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