What is the Meaning of: Caution | Concept and Definition of: Caution


Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use
From the latin prudentĭa, prudence means temperance, moderation, common sense, or precaution. This is the virtue of Act in a fair and appropriate manner. For example: "Cautiously, doctors informed the tragic consequences of the shock to the wounded", "singer has not acted with caution, this after which the directors of his publishing house fell angry", "thousands of people die each year due to not drive with caution.
The concept of prudence is linked to multiple values. Communicate in a clear and transparent language is part of the caution, especially when it comes to telling transcendental facts or bad news. On the other hand, prudence involves respect for the feelings and the lives of others.
UNA person who tends to have reckless conduct may put not only his own life at risk but also that of others. This happens with those who drive recklessly, which have dangerous animals at home or who are celebrating with firecrackers or firing shots in the air, among many other actions and behaviors that are opposed to prudence.
Be careful, it is plan ahead. A man who won a prize and who decides to waste all that money on holidays is not a person acting with caution: if ever, in the future, it has an unexpected, it will not be able to solve it. However, he could have if he would have had the prudence to save its.
The Egyptians represented caution using a snake, three heads (lion, Wolf and dog). In fact, for them, the prudent subject must have the tip of the snake, the strength of the lion, the agility of the Wolf and the patience of the dog.
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