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DON'T ROCK THE BOAT

By Vernalee

In the 1970’s, The Hues Corporation had a hit record that climbed the charts called “Don’t Rock the Boat.” Underneath its meaning, the suggestive overtone was to assess a situation before you address, act, or talk. As the idiom (“Don’t Rock the Boat”) suggests – people get upset when we try to change a situation, particularly when it is one that they want to remain the same. When the boat is rocked - we fuel changes and Ignite emotions. Our sudden and gradual movements can definitely tilt (or rock) the boat. However, sometimes we aren’t meant to be where we are! In such cases, getting off the boat is better than rocking it! You get the picture; right? Photo credit: www.mommyenterprises.com

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