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When my sister and I would get a bit too hurried in taking care of schoolwork or the household chores we were expected to do, my mother referred to the old saying that “haste makes waste’ in an effort to slow us down and help us do our best work. In this international world economy in which we now live, we could replace that saying with an old Chinese proverb on the futility of hurrying - “A hasty man drinks his tea with a fork.”
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