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    meaning of a sentence

    The saying means that sometimes it is rather by being or accepting to be prudently obedient rather than striving to command that one can often achieve some control in the end.
    It is disputable but widely shared.

    Please anyone replace the above sentence with simple english so that I could understand.


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    Smile Re: meaning of a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    The saying means that sometimes it is rather by being or accepting to be prudently obedient rather than striving to command that one can often achieve some control in the end.
    It is disputable but widely shared.

    Please anyone replace the above sentence with simple english so that I could understand.
    Is the following what you want?

    1. A prudent obedience sometimes achieves some inherent control in the end.

    2. Obeying prudently shares some internal controlling in time.

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