Sunday, May 15, 2016

The Frictionary # 634

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

5866. Truths turn into dogmas the moment they are disputed. (G.K. Chesterton)

5867. Admit your errors before someone else exaggerates them. (Andrew V. Mason)

5868. Forty is the old age of youth, fifty the youth of old age. (Victor Hugo)

5869. Loneliness is not felt when we are alone, but when we are empty. (Seneca)

5870. My lack of knowledge of cultural idioms has always been my Achilles' neck. (Drew Dernavich)

5871. When a philosopher answers me, I don't understand my question anymore. (Pierre Desproges)

5872. The proud man can learn humility, but he will be proud of it. (Mignon McLaughlin)

5873. After cutting the umbilical cord, humans become wireless. (Michael Linhart)

5874. I will marry the moon
and adopt a son, teach
him not to play with the hearts of stars. (Oaklungs)

5875. Love is blind, hate is deaf. (?)

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