28 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. John Hric

    There is so much to learn. And each bit fits somewhere into this puzzle called life and civilization. Knowing select specialized parts does not necessarily make us wise to other elements. The other important part is the ability to evaluate or validate other individuals wisdom. Even if we do not have the specific wisdom we can often tell if the various pieces of the puzzle do indeed fit or if the wisdom is faulty.

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  2. dweezer19

    I disagree with most perceptions of ignorance. Even the dictionary which implies a lack of education about something. If you break down the word, ignore-ance, it sheds new light on its meaning. To ignore something is to not acknowledge that which can be known. Just food for thought…

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      1. Widdershins

        Imagine their consternation if they did and ended up on the underside! … would they have to walk on their hands all the time? Would everything be dark? … one has so many unanswered questions! 😀

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