Hurry Spoils the Curry-Amplification

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Hurry Spoils the Curry-Amplification

Hurry Spoils the Curry-Amplification

Hurry Spoils the Curry

Hurry Spoils the Curry-Amplification

‘Hurry spoils the curry’- is a proverb and it is said to mean that a task done in haste does not produce the desired result.

No great or remarkable work of this world was done in haste. In order to accomplish anything neatly and artistically, proper time is required. We know that the city of Rome was built over a span of thousand years. The Great Wall of China took more than a century and a half to be accomplished. When we want to do anything in a hurry, there must be some defect in the result. This does not mean that we should slow down on all tasks. They make a hurry in doing something and start working at the eleventh hour.  For lack of time, they have to hurry. At this, they can never do anything completely.

Therefore, we should do everything at the proper time following the proper steps so that we can get the desired result. 0 0 0

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I am Menonim Menonimus, a Philosopher & Writer.

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