‘Empty Vessels Make The Most Noise’ – Proverb explained

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‘Empty Vessels Make The Most Noise’ – Proverb explained

Perhaps you know the vernacular proverb: ‘empty vessels make the most noise!‘. It means that the fondness of external show is a sign of weakness than of strength. A truly fine object needs no ornament.

Simplicity is consistent with true greatness; the former is in fact the very sign and index of the latter.

In ancient India, the greatest sovereigns lived a simple life. They were accessible to the poorest and humblest of their subjects.

Therefore, you must all aim at becoming great, not at seeming grand.

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