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CommentAmira Hagenes  ·  posted 31 Jul by Amira Hagenes

I think today we are living in a world of ignorance and pretending that this is the greatest wisdom (technology). I think the greatest wisdom is self-awareness and the empathy of the people. People are more important than technology. You know my assignment help focusing more on our technology these days that we have forgotten that the world is mortal you have to be happy and lively with the people around you.

Comment(no title)  ·  posted 23 Jul by fredluis

I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving -- we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it. remodeling

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CommentWisdom and Ignorance  ·  posted 2005 by Leonid Sukhorukov

* Wisdom is the meeting point of doubt and certainty. * Wisdom can turn vicious circles into lifebelts. * In the brains of pigmies giants dwell.

Comment(no title)  ·  posted 2002 by Aristotelos

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am trying to find a quote of Aristotelis in Ancient Greek and thought you might be able to help me. 'Those that teach children well are more to be honoured than parents, for these gave only life and those the art of living well'. Hope you might know or you can advise me as to how to find it.

Thanking you in advance

Aliki Vatidi

CommentPower  ·  posted 2000 by Dan Heinen

A King without subjects to rule is like a blind man with a car.

CommentWisdom and ignorance  ·  posted 2000 by Dan Heinen

Without ignorance there would be no Wisdom.

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