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    A foolishness is inflicted with a hatred of itself.

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    Foolishness is doing ignorantly something forbidden repeatedly by sages since ages, and Madness is doing the very same prohibited thing repeatedly but intentionally.

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    Every day I hear stupid people say things that are not stupid.

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    Foolishness pours out of an open mouth.... but wisdom sneaks in through the ears.

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    Foolishness is indeed the sister of wickedness.

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    Foolishness is a twin sister of wisdom.

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    Foolishness is giving up without any effort or not giving up after putting in all your effort. Secret of freedom is putting all your effort and giving up!

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    Knowledge without action is wastefulness and action without knowledge is foolishness.

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    I have no time for babbling foolishness.” “Don’t be so hasty,” said Victor. “There’s always time for babbling.

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    It is a fool's sheep that breaks loose twice.

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    The mockery of friends is affectionate, and inoculates against foolishness.

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    It is because of our foolishness that we forget who God is.

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    The foolishness of faith is the winning ticket in life

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    The height of foolishness is to discard an opportunity without full investigation

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    I have never been a celibate. If people believe so, that is their foolishness.

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    Only stupid questions create wealth.

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    That's the penalty we have to pay for our acts of foolishness - someone else always suffers for them.

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    The apparent foolishness of others is but too frequently our own ignorance.

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    The combination of foolishness in the heart and free will in the head is extremely volatile.

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    We were ensnared by the wisdom of the serpent; we are set free by the foolishness of God .

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    There's nothing like mixing with women to bring out all the foolishness in a man of sense.

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    When we seek after wit, we discover only foolishness.

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    To the ignorant, even the words of wise seem foolishness.

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    Adults were constantly auditioning, but for what?

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    A blind man will suffer himself to be led, though by a dog, or a child.

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    A fool can't help but be a fool, but when others follow, he makes a fool of us all.

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    A fool conscious of her foolishness Is to that extent wise. But a fool who considers himself wise Is the one to be called a fool.

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    And if to some my tale seems foolishness I am content that such could count me fool.

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    An error can only be made once; the second time it will be called foolishness.

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    Anyone that says his mind will be probably regarded a fool, but the true artist is not moved by the comments about the looks of his painting or remarks that are dreadfully sarcastic, but hearken now! That he who says what others want to hear hasn't said anything of his own.

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    Any fool can break something, criticise someone and tear things apart. It takes a far more skilled, wise and kind soul to build something, nurture someone, fix things and help others thrive over time.

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    Don't argue with a fool, future will teach him some lessons

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    (Arbell)The ungrateful gorgeous bitch.

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    A wise person is silent and rarely wants to show his wisdom. A fool is always vocal and uses every opportunity to show his foolishness.

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    Being a fool is a billion times better than being blinded by the illusion of intellect.

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    But we'll try anything once hot or cold; A man must be a young food, or an old

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    Causing any damage or harm to one party in order to help another party is not justice, and likewise, attacking all feminine conduct [in order to warn men away from individual women who are deceitful] is contrary to the truth, just as I will show you with a hypothetical case. Let us suppose they did this intending to draw fools away from foolishness. It would be as if I attacked fire -- a very good and necessary element nevertheless -- because some people burnt themselves, or water because someone drowned. The same can be said of all good things which can be used well or used badly. But one must not attack them if fools abuse them.

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    Confound it, it's foolish, Tom

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    Don't fool yourself by look so humble whereas the thing you want is respect.

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    As I, my real self, grew older, I entered more and more into the substance of my dreams. One may dream, and even in the midst of the dream be aware that he is dreaming, and if the dream be bad, comfort himself with the thought that it is only a dream. This is a common experience with all of us. And so it was that I, the modern, often entered into my dreaming, and in the consequent strange dual personality was both actor and spectator. And right often have I, the modern, been perturbed and vexed by the foolishness, illogic, obtuseness, and general all-round stupendous stupidity of myself, the primitive.

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    Chanu spoke loudly, he weighed his words like gold and threw them about like a fool.

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    Conventional Wisdom" is certainly not wisdom, and only is conventional because foolishness is so common today.

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    Do not cry to me. I can only cry with you. I will not die for you. I am still too young in the meaning of love. Talk to the Fool, to the one who left a throne to enter an anthill. He will enter your shadow. It cannot taint Him. He has done it before. His holiness is not fragile. It burns like a father to the sun. Touch His skin, put your hand in His side. He has kept His scars when He did not have to. Give Him your pain and watch it overwhelmed, burned away by the joy He takes in loving. In stooping.

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    Dzieje kultury wykazują, ze głupota jest siostrą bliźniaczą rozumu, ona rośnie najbujniej nie na glebie dziewiczej ignorancji , lecz na gruncie uprawnym siódmym potem doktorów i profesorów. Wielkie absurdy nie są wymyślane przez tych, których rozum krząta się wokół spraw codziennych. Nic dziwnego zatem, że właśnie najintensywniejsi myśliciele bywali producentami największego głupstwa. / The history of culture shows that foolishness is a twin sister of wisdom. It does not flourish on the fields of pure ignorance but on the fields tirelessly plowed by doctors and professors. Great absurdities do not flourish where one is busy with everyday life. No wonder that sometimes most vigorous thinkers come up with utmost stupidities. (Dziennik 1956, XIX, Thursday)

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    Do you know why people are prone to make such foolish moral decisions? Because something always whispers to us that our situations are unique: Nobody has ever felt this way before.

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    Each dark conjecture came and for a moment settled like a vulture on Bond's shoulder and croaked into his ear that he had been a blind fool.

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    Foolish is the mind of a man to make bogeys for itself and to live in terrors of fear for things which lack of the substance of truth.

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    Elizabeth remembered how foolish everyone had felt when they discovered Mr. Mercandy was the victim of a stroke and not a zombie as they’d thought.

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    Fear was wisdom in a situation like this, and he was pleased that Folly was obviously intelligent enough to know it. He hoped that she would use the fear to make her cleverer, rather than more foolish, but that was asking much of a human, relatively odd or not.

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    Fikiria kwanza maana ya unachosema. Halafu sema.