Strike While The Iron's Hot Anytime
Any skilled blacksmith strikes While the iron is hot, but a hesitant Blacksmith will be useless and in vain, Some want to strike strongly, but they They don't have the courage and will, Striking means only in words and not in Actions because they're greatly coward, Not anyone has the courage and will to Be active and useful in life anytime, All blacksmiths have the courage and the Pretty will because this is their job, But those who lack everything they don't Have anything to do other than trivial Words anytime, anywhere, and everywhere.
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