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You Reap What You Sow ( what you get is the result of what you do ... )

"You Reap What You Sow"

"You reap what you sow" (proverb) say that what happens to you ("you reap") is the result of what you do ("you sow").

Example: "He has been treating other people like that for years. Now it happens to him." Reply: "You reap what you sow."

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