Wisdom And Ignorance 

“Wisdom has a greater cause. Ignorance has a deeper meaning.”

© By Amanda D Shelton 

           Making wise decisions is not always easy, nor does it always get you where you want to be. Sometimes being wise is what hurts you in the end.

        Awareness can cause suffering but it can also bring prosperity. How I see it, it all depends on how you use it.

               A wise man admits he’s a fool. A ignorant man won’t admit to being a fool. The wise man fishes for his food. An ignorant man takes from the wise man. Who can survive in the world the longest, the wise man or the ignorant man? I choose the wise man because he doesn’t need to mooch off his neighbor to survive.  


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