Monday, March 27, 2017

Knowledge

Anne Tyler:

Peculiar scraps of knowledge were stuck to him like lint from all his jobs.

Carol Pearson:

It is important to use all knowledge ethically, humanely, and lovingly.

Eleanor Roosevelt:

To appear to be on the inside and know more than others about what is going on is a great temptation for most people. It is a rare person who is willing to seem to know less than he does.

George Eliot:

Knowledge slowly builds up what Ignorance in an hour pulls down.

Judith Viorst:

There comes a time when we aren’t allowed not to know.

L.E. Landon:

Knowledge is much like dust – it sticks to one, one does not know how.

Margaret Mead:

I was brought up to believe that the only thing worth doing was to add to the sum of accurate information in this world.

Marie Von Ebner-Eschenbach:

Nobody knows enough, but many know too much.

Marie Von Ebner-Eschenbach:

Those who know nothing must believe everything.

Queen Marie of Rumania:

In much knowledge there is also much grief.

Sue Bender:

I am not wise. Not knowing, and learning to be comfortable with not knowing, is a great discovery.

Susan Glaspell:

The only man who knows just what he thinks at the present moment is the man who hasn’t done any new thinking in the past ten years.

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