Sincerity and self-control

Be certain about what you believe and consistent in what you say. Don't try to please everyone
or agree with everything people say. Always be ready to listen, but take your time in answering.
Answer only if you know what to say, and if you don't know what to say, keep quiet. Speaking can
bring you either honour or disgrace; what you say can ruin you.

Don't get a reputation for being a gossip and don't tell tales or stories that will hurt people.
Just as thieves will suffer disgrace, so liars will suffer severe condemnation. Do nothing destructive
whether it seems insignificant or not, and do not be an enemy when you should be a friend.
A bad reputation brings you the disgrace that lying sinners deserve.

Do not let your passions carry you away; this can tear your soul to pieces like a bull. You will be left like a dead tree without any leaves or fruit. Evil desires will destroy you and make you a joke to your enemies.

Be Wise, Be Warned and Be Very Careful
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