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|... word to the wise is infuriating!” Yes itis, because it is insulting, and little children |
pick up this expression of (often loving and protective) distrust or contempt, even
when we're not conscious of sending it. Some years ago I was reading aloud to ...
|Unknown, Source A pint of example is worth a gallon of advice - Unknown, |
Source A word to the wise is infuriating. - Unknown, Source Advice is the only
commodity on the market where the supply always exceeds the demand. -
|If she could have put into words her reason for looking carefully at all that was |
passed to her, ... “A word to the wise,” he said slowly, shaking an emphatic finger,
“is infuriating” We all laughed, because he had fooled us, and because he was
|The Power of Silence is Castaneda's most astonishing book to date -- a brilliant flash of knowledge that illuminates the far reaches of the human mind.|
|... frightening than when they are convinced beyond doubt that they are right. |
Laurens van der Post It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the
established authorities are wrong. Voltaire It infuriates me to be wrong when I
know I'm right.
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|Idon't need totell you how infuriating itis to try and have a discussionwith a person |
whowon't lookyou in the eye. ... At first Ithought he was asking some strange
philosophical question, then Irealized hewas asking for a word. I held up my ...
|Who would have thought that it might be wise to try opening them up and using |
them broadly and fully and letting them speak to us ... of symbol and gesture as
they do upon that of the word, but that fact escaped our pragmatic and no-
nonsense approach to life. ... than not, busy eliminating much of our symbol and
body language in favor of more chatter, endless and infuriating pedagogy or
|This time the word is “devotion,” as when one speaks of a “devoted couple.” I |
picture an elderly man ... Finally deciding it was time to investigate, I consulted
my wise but sometimes infuriating old friend, the dictionary. Predictably, “devotion
|As a person he could be childish, irritating, even infuriating; he could also be |
wise, extraordinarily sensitive, gently ... Perhaps as a contemporary I might have
shared the Words- worths' increasing despair and- their limited view; now I see it
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