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There’s an old story that the Jewish rabbis tell. As the story goes, one day a rabbi asked his servant to go and buy some good food for him in the market. When the servant returned home, he presented the rabbi with a tongue.

The next day, the rabbi told the servant to go the market and buy some bad food. Again, the servant returned with a tongue.

The rabbi then asked the servant why he returned with a tongue on both occasions. The servant answered and said, “Good comes from it and bad comes from it. When the tongue is good there is nothing better, and when it is bad there is nothing worse.” from Bill Baker's book "Sticks and Stones."

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