Tags » Prudent

pol・i・tic

adj.

Showing sound judgment; prudent.

Whenever I have problems, I consult with my politic grandfather who gives great advices.

Source: The American Heritage Dictionary Fifth Edition

Adjective

Failed

Failure hurts a lot.  It’s hard to accept it. It’s hard to move on and face a new day without ever thinking what made me a failure.

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Best? or Blame? or Status quo?

I just remembered what my boss said, “Do the same things, expect the same results. But do different things, then you can expect different results. Wherever you go in your life, there will be issues. 183 more words

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Quality Indianapolis Used Cars: Gearing up for a Prudent Retirement


Retiring a year or two from now? You’re probably thinking of a brand-new car as a reward for all your hard work. The new car models draw you and they can’t wait to be flaunted and driven around the neighborhood. 122 more words

Tons of Push Sticks / Tonnes de poussoirs

Compte tenu des questions et commentaires reçus (merci) suite à mon dernier article (poussoir pneumatique), je veux partager ma vision en regard de poussoirs. 680 more words

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Prudent and Simple - Proverbs 27:12

Proverbs 27:12. “A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself; but the simple pass on, and are punished.”

Here God shows us two kinds of men, first the prudent man and then the simple man. 398 more words

Bible Study

A Mother’s Prudent Wish

This is a poem. Before reading, you must know that all the things written here are purely artistic expressions of the mind’s fantasies. I don’t believe and don’t rely in violence towards women, or anyone. 190 more words

Poetry