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相濡以沫,不如相忘江湖

Xiāng rú yǐ mò, bùrú xiāng wàng jiānghú


When the springs are dried up, the fishes collect together on the land. Than that they should moisten one another there by the damp about them, and keep one another wet by their slime, it would be better for them to forget one another in the rivers and lakes.
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