This proverb means that we should think deeply before doing any action. Rash and thoughtless action always land us into trouble. Haste always makes waste. It is prudent to look into the pros and cons of the action we take. We must think twice before we act. The results of such an action may prove rewarding. Our decision must be governed more by head than by heart. A person who thinks properly before taking any step is always successful. Sheer repenting cannot mend the damages done by our hasty action. There is no use of crying over split milk. Lake of careful forethought and sound judgement makes our labour fruitless. We should use care and caution if we want to avoid failure and frustration in life. If you want to cross a canal, assess its depth and then proceed. If you want to build a house, plan it first and then build it.

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