It should be said…

 

“It should also be said that it is not good for others and does harm to ones’ self to simply remain tranquil and speaking like a three year old child, never becoming angry, bearing rancor, or deploring matters when one should.

This also goes for letting situations pass by when one should definitely speak his mind to another, in the end becoming known by all as overly accommodating.

It is a good thing to keep one’s mind tranquil, yet to speak what one should when there is a situation that should be reprimanded, and thus not become known as completely mindless.”

-Shiba Yoshimasa

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