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|Laurence Sterne Sciences may be learned by rote, but wisdom not. Laurence |
Sterne Wisdom oft times consists of knowing what to do next. Herbert Hoover
Wisdom consists not so much in knowing what to do in the ultimate as knowing
what to ...
|Hoffer, Eric It is the province of knowledge to speak, and it is the privilege of |
wisdom to listen. - Holmes, Oliver Wendell Wisdom oft times consists of knowing
what to do next. - Hoover, Herbert Clark Wisdom is not wisdom when it is derived
|... be desired are not to be compared to her.” — Bible, Proverbs 8:11 “Wisdom is |
knowing what to do next; virtue is doing it. ... Old proverbs “Wisdom is ofttimes
nearer when we stoop than when we soar.” — Wordsworth “Wisdom is the gray
|And this to do is quite enough To smooth Earth's pathway, howe'er rough, And |
open Heaven's bright gates above, Where all is ... Herein is wisdom, wisely
choosing, Not only knowing, oft Heaven losing, Pursuing vanities alluring, And
not what wisdom would, securing. Oft Time the passing passion sways; Did ye
postpone the day of grace, The life ye knew it would enhance, Beyond the grave,
there to advance, And so the rules of wisdom write On cofiins for the next world's
|And ofttimes that truth becomes a fable or a wishful ideal of his or her own |
imaginative sources, of where they've drawn on ... But I do know what upholds
the fullness of all creative endeavors, is the need and the reinforcement of times
|Oft times the old way has been tried, tested, and proved by many people over |
long periods oftime. ... If we will come into harmony with nature by knowing,
studying, and reading her many signs we will live a better life, live easier, and
enjoy life ...
|To know whether or not this is true, look inside your own mind. ~ |
Padmasambhava ... In darkness unawakened, They make foolishness Cover
their ... The greatest wisdom often consists in ignorance. ~ Baltasar ... William
Cowper, 1731-1800 ~ The Task, 1785 Wisdom is ofttimes nearer when we stoop
Than when we soar.
|WISDOM. WISDOM. The elouds may drop down titles and estates, wealth may |
seek ns , but wisdom must be sought. ... Happy are they that have it : and next to
them, not those many that think they have it, but those lew that are sensible of
their own defects and ... We ought not to judge of men's merits by their
qualifications, but by the use they make of them. ... Wisdom no more consists in
science than happiness in wealth. ... Wisdom is ofttimes nearer when we stoop
than when we soar.
|I hope not to faze you but I never know how someone's reactionwillbe untilitlets |
off. ... Indeed,they oftenfind themselvesin the thick of them for it is their job to
make changes, and people oft times do not like tochange and they resist
andputup a ...
|Wisdom. 169. WISDOM. • A short saying oft contains much wisdom. — Sophocles |
• It is unwise to be too sure of one's own wisdom. ... Henry David Thoreau •
Wisdom at times is found in folly. ... We get very little wisdom from success, you
know. ... Cyril Connolly • Nine-tenths of wisdom consists in being wise in time.