An American saying - a remake
Most of us - if not all - have heard or even said "The squeakiest wheel gets the grease" one time or another (meaning if you complain or shout the loudest to get attention you get your will and what you want). Today I looked at the saying in a little bit different way. A wheel can not be a wheel without anyone building it. It would not do its duty as a wheel if it wasn't attached securely to a wagon. If it wasn't for the other wheels and the axle and bearing, it would not roll. My angle is gratitude ... for the wagon we all share (earth), the parts that make things work and our fellow wheels.
"Even the squeakiest wheel can't do it alone"