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CONTROL OF SPEECH

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  • sivanandasthoughtfortheday
    Sivananda s Thought for the Day: 2 April 2009 CONTROL OF SPEECH A tactful person should not be rash in coming to conclusions. He should have full control of
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 1, 2009
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      Sivananda's Thought for the Day: 2 April 2009

      CONTROL OF SPEECH

      A tactful person should not be rash in coming to conclusions. He should have full control of his speech. He should know when to talk and when to observe silence. Control of speech is the most important quality that he should possess. A tactful person always says the right thing to the right person at the right time.

      —Sri Swami Sivananda

      Divine Life Society of South Africa
      http://www.sivananda.co.za
    • Swami Sivananda
      Sivananda s Thought for the Day: 15 February 2011 CONTROL OF SPEECH A tactful person should not be rash in coming to conclusions. He should have full control
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 14, 2011
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        Sivananda's Thought for the Day: 15 February 2011

        CONTROL OF SPEECH

        A tactful person should not be rash in coming to conclusions. He should have full control of his speech. He should know when to talk and when to observe silence. Control of speech is the most important quality that he should possess. A tactful person always says the right thing to the right person at the right time.

        —Sri Swami Sivananda

        Divine Life Society of South Africa
        http://www.sivananda.co.za
      • Swami Sivananda
        Sivananda s Thought for the Day: 17 February 2012 CONTROL OF SPEECH A tactful person should not be rash in coming to conclusions. He should have full control
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 16, 2012
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          Sivananda's Thought for the Day: 17 February 2012

          CONTROL OF SPEECH

          A tactful person should not be rash in coming to conclusions. He should have full control of his speech. He should know when to talk and when to observe silence. Control of speech is the most important quality that he should possess. A tactful person always says the right thing to the right person at the right time.

          —Sri Swami Sivananda

          Divine Life Society of South Africa
          http://www.sivananda.co.za
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