Saturday, March 14, 2009

Heard in a meeting



Heard in a meeting:


"Do you know the difference between a wise man and a know-it-all? They know the same amount. The difference is that the wise man waits until he's asked to share what he knows."





"Forgive means the first one to stick his hand out--to give."

15 comments:

  1. Uh oh.
    I won't be able to comment.

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  2. You enjoy this weekend. Hope the weather is good and you can enjoy being on the water.

    (hugs)

    Betty Ann

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  3. Wise indeed. I think I might need to tatoo that somewhere I can remind myself of that sentiment often.

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  4. Sometimes I'm wise, sometimes I'm a know it all. Depends on the phase of the moon, and my time of the month.

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  5. hmmm...sometimes I am wise. And, unfortunately, sometimes I am very, very foolish.

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  6. Sounds like wise is synomous with being patient, which I'm still working on. Love both of these sentiments! (Hugs)Indigo

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  7. Hey thats a great saying syd, another word of wisdom.
    I bet you are enjoying yourself out on the water, ive been down at the river today too, feel good my dad should be home next week

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  8. ooops I stole your post title without realizing it. sorry.
    I am sometimes wise.
    I am usually a know it all.
    I am always myself.

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  9. Great share here! I hope that your weekend has been wonderful and hope that you are enjoying. Thank you for sharing these with us!

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  10. These are great!

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  11. Blue bonnets? We have those, they are our state flower.

    Syd, you finally shut Dave up! LOL!

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  12. Also the difference between a wise man and know it all is that the wise man knows arrogance is not a virtue.

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  13. Great photo and quotes. I also like the photo you posted on March 8th.

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