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  • vortuh eeravounk counee poghokehlou

    vortuh eeravounk counee poghokehlou
    eenchou zeenk guh goghguhrdehn

    The worm does not have a right to complain why he is being trampled.

    This proverb expresses the necessity for not becoming a slave or not permitting oneself to be put into a position of slavery. In slavery one forfeits his right to complain about injustice and must be a subject of constant abuse.

    Published on December 5, 2005 · Filed under: Slavery;
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