Thought for the day 21st of January

“Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.”

Theodore Roosevelt

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Thought for the day 27th of December

There is a difference between knowledge and wisdom.

Let me give you an example: Knowledge is realising that you are about to cross a one-way street; wisdom is checking both ways anyway before crossing. The knowledgeable people will be safe from getting hit by a car, so long as everyone else is like them – knowledgeable i.e. not going to drive the wrong way down the street, whereas the wise people should always be safe.

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Thought for the day 22nd of March

Knowledge is power, power is success, success is happiness…

Strive to know everything before you die, as to be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge is the recipe for perpetual ignorance, which is why all men by nature desire knowledge 🙂

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If you set yourself a goal, and then have the will and the drive to work towards meeting that goal, you are more likely to achieve it.

You could sit by and do nothing, but if you don’;t put anything in, you can guess what you get out 🙂

Thought for the day 3rd of January

Strive to know everything before you die. If you fail, at least you died trying!

Anyway, they say a thirst for knowledge keeps the mind young, so you never know, you may get lucky 🙂

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Thought for the day 26th of November

“The recipe for perpetual ignorance is: be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge”

Elbert Hubbard

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