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|Fools cut their fingers, the wise their tongues. Fools set stools for the wise to |
stumble over. Fools tie knots, and the wise untie them. They are not wise who
cannot sometimes play the fool. Most fools think they are only ignorant. One fool
Bob Phillips - 1993 - 343 pages
|Most fools think they are only ignorant Benjamin Franklin A fool's mouth is his |
destruction. Proverbs 18:7 As a dog returneth to his vomit so a fool returneth to
his folly. Proverbs 26: 11 Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted wise
|You never know what a fool There's no fool like an old fool; you can be till life |
gives you the if you don't believe it, ask any ... FOOL There are more fools in the
world than there are people. ... Gracidn Most fools think they are only ignorant.
|(French) It needs a cunning hand to shave a fool's head. (Dutch) Learned fools |
are the greatest fools. (German) More people know Tom Fool than Tom Fool
knows. (Danish) Most fools think they are only ignorant. (Poor Richard) Never ...
|Ford, Henry Most fools think they are only ignorant. - Franklin, Benjamin The |
world is full of fools and faint hearts; and yet everyone has courage enough to
bear the misfortunes, and wisdom enough to manage the affairs of his neighbor.
|Some are justly laughed at for keeping their money foolishly; others for spending |
it idly: He is the greatest fool that lays it out in a purchase of repentance. Don't
overload gratitude; ... Most fools think they are only ignorant. Most people return ...
|Benjamin Franklin. 362. Money and good manners make the gentleman. 363. * |
Money and man a mutual friendship show ; man makes false money, money
makes man so. 364. Most fools think they are only ignorant. 365. Most of the
|Up, sluggard, and waste not life; in the grave will be sleeping enough 80- H1::|
The world is full of fools and faint hearts; and ... 80K:Most fools think they are only
ignorant re- a0 Most people return small favors, acknowledge middling ones, and
|Most Fools think they are only ignorant. Pardoning the Bad, is injuring the Good. |
He is not well-bred, that cannot bear Ill-Breeding in others. 1749 The end of
Passion is the beginning of Repentance. Words may shew a man's Wit, but
|Franklin, Benjamin A benevolent man should allow a few faults in himself, to |
keep his friends in countenance. - Franklin, Benjamin One should eat to live, not
live to eat. - Franklin, Benjamin Most fools think they are only ignorant. - Franklin