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|J. F. V. KEIGER Nothing is so dangerous as an ignorant friend; better a |
predictable enemy. The Bear and the Gardener, Book 8 of La Fontaine s Fables (
1678-79). The celebrated journalist, Geneviève Tabouis, began her book
|IGNORANCE IGNORANCE 385 ivy Heavier than active souls can feel or guess. |
SIB AUBREY DE VERB — A Song of Faith, ... Nothing is so dangerous as an
ignorant friend; a wise enemy is worth more. LA FONTAINE— Fables. VIII. 10.
|Ignorance is less distant from truth than prejudice. Diderot. Nothing is more |
terrible than ignorance with spurs on. Goethe. Nothing is so dangerous as an
ignorant friend ; a wise enemy is worth much more. La Fontaine. Suppose we put
a tax ...
|It was the concentration of antiquities in Rome that had enabled Winckelmann to |
achieve what he did. Nothing, he argued, echoing Schiller, is so dangerous as an
ignorant friend - a pregnant apophthegm which Klenze had specifically to rebut ...
|Instead of asking them the usual questions about troop strength, operations, and |
so forth — which he knew he wouldn't get answers to ... Of their own revolution
they were similarly ignorant, except that it had to be done and it would succeed,
thanks to Ho and General Giap and the ... Nothing to fear from them, Rostok said.
|Both are dangerous to human society. Never make a ... A friend should be a |
second self; so he shoidd be made, if worthy of it. An unworthy ... Scholars are
frequently to be met with, who are ignorant of nothing — saving their own
|Detraction is the sworn friend to ignorance. — John ... Nothing is more terrible |
than active ignorance. ... Ignorance is a dangerous and spiritual poison, which all
men ought warily to shun. ... So long as thou art ignorant, b« not ashamed to
|Detraction is the sworn friend to ignorance—John \Vebster. There is no darkness |
... W. Shaw. Nothing is more terrible than active ignorance.—G0ethe. ... A.
Bronson Alcott, Ignorance is a dangerous and spiritual poison, which all men
ought warlly to sham—Gregory. \thrc ignorance is ... Ignorance is not so
damnable as humbug; but when it prescribes pills it may happen to do more
harm.— George Eliot.
|It may very often be ignorance of how certain deeds affect the honor of God that |
causes the offence, but a faithful person is ... does much harm, but is still a
hopeful state for the offender; while wilful disloyalty does equal harm and puts the
offender in great danger. ... It is something so closely allied to our physical life
and makeup, that we easily drift into that channel. ... There is nothing offensive in
the clothing attracting attention provided they call our duties to God in
|It turns one to a slave: Ignorance will always make you a slave to a wise person. |
Maybe I should say ... So, if you decide to fight a wise man with your power, the
power will do nothing else than to make you crash terribly. Also, no matter ... And
every step you take is likely to land you into a very serious danger. This means, in