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Qui sème le vent, récolte la tempête

English translation of Qui sème le vent, récolte la tempête

He who sows the wind, reaps the storm

This proverb is a metaphor implying that one's actions or deeds (positive or negative) will produce a result, or 'fruit', of the same kind. In essence, it suggests that as one 'sows', so shall he 'reap'. This particular phrase is often used to convey the message that actions that are dangerous or deceitful will inevitably lead to bad outcomes.

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