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What’s Your Interpretation?

Raised by southern parents, I heard a lot of old proverbs, truisms, and maxims. All of them were warnings or benchmarks on how to conduct yourself. “Don’t count your chickens till they are hatched”; “What’s done in the dark shall come to the light”; “Every dog has its day”; some have multiple meanings. There must be millions of proverbs and maxims repeated by all cultures throughout civilization.

Each week I will list a maxim and ask for your interpretation. These maxims are more than just sayings. They are miniature lessons that help society meet the challenges of life. It is how we communicate.

 

Here’s this week’s maxim:

Let sleeping dogs lie.

Comment below with your interpretation.

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