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 » Ghanian Contents Only » Ghana Greatest Tales & Proverbs » 

It is the calm and silent water that drowns a man

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Even the smartest people have drowned in calm waters. Drowning in negative thoughts and emotions can kill you faster than a disease. The deepest waters can have the smoothest surfaces on the outside but move very fast and tumultuous on the inside. People quietly drown only a few strokes away from help because of pride and fear. Silent people can be dangerous, suffering alone is dangerous, and despair is more destructive than physical illness.

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