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Mind your speech a little lest you should mar your fortunes
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"Mind your speech a little lest you should mar your fortunes"

- William Shakespeare

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This quote by William Shakespeare is a cautioning to be mindful of what one says. It is a suggestion to think before speaking, as words can have a powerful effect on one's life. The quote suggests that careless words can have an unfavorable effect on one's future, which it is necessary to be knowledgeable about the repercussions of what one says. It is a tip to be conscious of the words one selects, as they can have an enduring impact on one's life. The quote is a reminder to be cautious and considerate when speaking, as reckless words can cause unfortunate outcomes. It is a reminder to believe prior to speaking, as words can have a powerful influence on one's life. The quote is a cautioning to be mindful of what one states, as negligent words can mar one's fortunes.

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William Shakespeare This quote is written / told by William Shakespeare between April 26, 1564 and April 23, 1616. He was a famous Dramatist from England. The author also have 172 other quotes.

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