Yesss… we are all capable of talking. But it is when we need to transform words into facts that the difficult comes. An invitation to understand the difficulty of creating something that is said and at the same time a way to emphasize the space between an idea and its success. Small variant: Between saying and doing there is “and”.
Singing hen made the egg. Hen that doesn’t pick has already picked. Old chicken makes good soup.
Probably is the same in inglisc… don’t care… 🙂 The hens used to play an important role in everyday life, you could even rely on these remarkable pearls of wisdom… But let’s go into detail… Singing hen made the egg: We are in a company of friends, one of us emits a silent fart (wow what elegance!). This proverb tells us that usually the first one who says “Oh my god that stinks, who made a fart?” he is the one who did it… Hen that doesn’t pick has already picked: If someone is not interested in something, it is perhaps because that something has already achieved. Useful to understand the psychology of people… Old chicken makes good soup: Here the value of experience is enhanced, and not just for food purposes…
The consequences!!! The consequences!!! We must pay attention to how we behave.
Negative behaviors and wrong choices in our lives lead to consequences, which will turn against us sometimes with even greater intensity than our “windy” actions.
Known in italy as “pinzimonio”, in Rome we call it so. Fresh raw vegetables (carrots, celery, fennel) and a well-flavored oil with salt and pepper, very simple and soooo tasty!
You take one of the vegetables, you dip it in oil, and noisy chew on…
You know when you’re at the very end of something. And that little that is missing assumes a completely different weight. But once we get to a certain point, it is wise to take a further step, even if it is also hard, the sight of the end is allegiance to the last effort.
An exaggerated, excessive act could be commented in this way (good and bad). Let’s have a case of thirst, we talk to some saint (in this case Antony) asking him to fulfill our wishes and he answers us causing a sudden torrential rain … we could comment on using the above sentence!
Or even “I’m flipping out”. I’m getting crazy, or in any case I’m close to a “snap”, a loss of control, an altered reaction.
Probably refers to when the nervousness leads to throwing glass jugs against someone else, causing cracks and wounds.