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    Proverbs

    Tired oxen must tread hard.

    One must glean at harvest time.


    What do they mean?

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    Re: Proverbs

    The first means that fatigue makes things harder and harder.

    The second means we must assess our progress at an appropriate end time, not beforehand.

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