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Two sides of coin means:
- They exist in pair and can not be separated
- One side does not know about the other or see other side
- There are two ways of looking at the same thing,
- Two different interpretations of something
- They are very closely related although they seem different
- Every side of a coin has another side. We normally consider only one side of the argument.
- One side of freedom coin contains freedom. Other side represents responsibility, self discipline and control. Both come together in pairs.
- Leadership is the other side of the coin of loneliness.
- Peace and justice are two sides of the same coin.
- Science and the arts is that they are different sides of the same coin of human creativity.
- Husband and wife are two sides of the coin. They can not see in the same way. They can not go with out one another.
- yin and yang (also, yin-yang or yin yang) describes how apparently opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Many tangible dualities (such as light and dark, fire and water, expanding and contracting) are thought of as physical manifestations of the duality symbolized by yin and yang.
- YinYang stands for everything has two sides
- YinYang is about equilibrium and non-equilibrium or symmetry
- Two halves that together complete wholeness.
- Yin and yang can be thought of as complementary (rather than opposing) forces that interact to form a dynamic system
- Hindus believe, Jeevatma (self) and Paramatma (God) reside in real you. They are like two sides of the same coin. They can not see other, but can understand other side exists
Following sayings or explanations disagree with one another. What is “right” for one person or situation is not necessarily right for another. Let us have wisdom to choose the correct one suitable for us for the appropriate situation
- The Recognition of Uncertainty is shown by the existence of contradictory proverbs and sayings that could have predicted both good and bad outcomes. Can also be treated as two
- Some Zen Theory concepts are normally thought to be opposite. Such contradictions are opportunities for instruction, and for deeper insight into our everyday life of uncertainity.
- Scientist many times come out with two possibilities and should be cautious about dismissing anything wholesale
- There are techniques like Divination to search for direction when life is confusing, most of the time with two or more equal alternatives.
- Haste makes waste - He who hesitates is lost
- Haste makes waste. - Time waits for no man.
- If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. - Don't beat your head against a stone wall.
- Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. - Don't cross the bridge until you come to it.
- Two heads are better than one. - Paddle your own canoe.
- A word to the wise is sufficient. - Talk is cheap.
- It's better to be safe than sorry. - Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
- Hitch your wagon to a star. - Don't bite off more that you can chew.
- Don't judge a book by its cover. - Clothes make the man.
- The squeaking wheel gets the grease. - Silence is golden.
- Birds of a feather flock together. - Opposites attract.
- Winners never quit. - Quit while you're ahead.
- Actions speak louder than words. - The pen is mightier than the sword.
- Many hands make light work. - Too many cooks spoil the broth.
- Nothing ventured, nothing gained. - Better safe than sorry.
- The bigger, the better. - The best things come in small packages.
- What will be, will be. - Life is what you make it.
- What's good for the goose is good for the gander. - One man's meat is another man's poison.
- With age comes wisdom. - Out of the mouths of babes come all wise sayings.
- The more, the merrier. - Two's company; three's a crowd.
- Seek and ye shall find. - Curiosity killed the cat.
- Slow and steady wins the race. - Time waits for no man.
- The best things in life are free. - There's no such thing as a free lunch.
- A penny saved is a penny earned. - Penny wise, pound foolish.
- A rolling stone gathers no moss. - Stop and smell the roses.
- The higher you climb, the harder you fall. - The sky is the limit.
- Look before you leap - Time waits for no man
- The early bird gets the worm - The second mouse gets the cheese
- Familiarity breeds contempt - Home is where the heart is
- You’re never too old to learn - You can’t teach an old dog new tricks