Quote by KAUTILYA, INDIAN PHILOSOPHER, THIRD CENTURY B.C. - Deepstash

One should not be too straightforward. Go and see the forest. The straight trees are cut down, the crooked ones are left standing.

KAUTILYA, INDIAN PHILOSOPHER, THIRD CENTURY B.C.

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