Words of Wisdom uttered by Great Thinkers

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It is easier to be wise for others than for ourselves.
Francois De La Rochefoucauld

The art of being wise isknowing what to overlook.
William James

The first step in the acquisition of wisdom issilence, the second
listening, the third memory, the fourth practice, the fifth teaching
others.
Solomon Ibn Gabriol

Years teach us more than books.
Berthold Auerbach

The wisdom of nations lies in their proverbs,
which are brief and pithy.
William Penn

The middle course is the best.
Cleobulus

The only medicine for suffering, crime, and all the other woes of
mankind, is wisdom.
Thomas Huxley

A wise man learns by the mistakes of others,
a fool by his own.
Latin Proverb

Silence does not alwaysmark wisdom.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
No man was ever wise by chance.
Seneca

Not to know at large ofthings remote
From use, obscure and subtle, but to know
That which before us lies in daily life,
Is the prime wisdom.
John Milton

By associating with wise people you will become wise yourself.
Menander

The seat of knowledge is in the head, of wisdom,
in the heart.
William Hazlitt

Of all parts of wisdom the practice is the best.
John Tillotson

The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shore line of wonder.
Ralph W. Sockman

The more a man knows, the more he forgives.
Catherine the Great

A loving heart is the truest wisdom.
Charles Dickens

One who understands much displays a greatersimplicity of character
than one who understands little.
Alexander Chase

How prone to doubt, how cautious are the wise!
Homer

On every thorn, delightful wisdom grows,
In every rill a sweet instruction flows.
Edward Young

The man of wisdom is never of two minds;
the man of benevolencenever worries;
the man of courage is never afraid.
Confucius
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