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Quotes on Wisdom
alex bryon 26 November 2012
Transcript of Quotes on Wisdom
For a lifetime of Listening... When
You'd Have Preferred
to Talk Wisdom is ALWAYS an Overmatch For Strength The only true wisdom is Knowing That ... You Know The young man knows the rules BUT the old man knows the exceptions wisdom is what's left
after we've run out
of personal opinion Experience is Simply
The Name We Give
We have no WORDS
for speaking of wisdom
to the stupid.
He who understands
the wise is wise already The saddest aspect of life right now
is that science gathers knowledge ... faster than society gathers wisdom Learn from the mistakes of others.
You can never live long enough
to make them all yourself It is better to remain silent than to talk and
remove all doubt of it at the risk of being thought a fool By THREE METHODS WE MAY LEARN WISDOM First, by reflection which is noblest Second, by imitation, which is easiest And third by experience, which is the bitterest A sHoRt saying often contains much wisdom Knowledge speaks, BUT WISDOM LISTENS PaTiEnCe and WiSdOm walk hand in hand, like two one-armed lovers Don't Gain The World Than Silver Or Gold & Lose Your SOUL Wisdom Is Better Whenever you find yourself it is time to pause and reflect on the side of the MAJORITY, wIsDoM BeGiNs in WONDER
EVERY MAN IS A A DAMN FOOL
FOR AT LEAST FIVE MINUTES EVERY DAY; wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit. Wisdom is learning
what to overlook. From the ERRORS OF OTHERS, a wise man
CORRECTS his own. and that is the first step in the direction of wisdom. He dares to be a fool