Proverbial Wisdom (2)

Proverb One cannot accurately judge the damage caused by an action until one is on the other side of a hot shower and a full night’s sleep. Example If a person were playing Frisbee and decided to slide on one knee across a patch of dried grass, the damage might seem minor. The burning sensationContinue reading “Proverbial Wisdom (2)”

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Proverbial Wisdom

ProverbIt is a false logic to presume that love of an activity precludes the consideration of extenuating circumstances when determining the wisdom of the aforementioned activity. ExampleI love to run barefoot. Usually, running barefoot is a great idea. Yesterday, I consulted this logic and went for a short run barefoot, on the sidewalk, at noon.Continue reading “Proverbial Wisdom”