“Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance.” ~ Confucius
Ignorance : street post with knowledge st and ignorance blvd signs
A Connoisseur
Two brothers were being entertained
 by a rich friend. 
As ill luck would have it, 
the talk drifted away 
from ordinary topics.

"Do you like Omar Khayyam?"
 thoughtlessly asked the host, 
trying to make conversation. 
The elder brother plunged heroically
 into the breach.

"Pretty well," he said, 
"but I prefer Chianti."

Nothing more was said 
on this subject until the brothers
 were on their way home.

"Bill," said the younger brother,
 breaking a painful silence, 
"why can't you leave things 
that you don't understand to me?
 Omar Khayyam ain't a wine,
 you chump; it's a cheese."
~ Author Unknown

 Brothers : Couple of men in field Stock Photo
“The greatest ignorance 
is to reject something 
you know nothing about”
Ignorance : Word on yellow wall Stock Photo “The truest characters of ignorance
 are vanity, and pride and arrogance.”
 ~Samuel Butler 

Happiness : sketch illustration of happy golden star drawing 
“Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.”~ Omar Khayyam

Open_mouth : to have the gift of the gab
“It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.”
~Mark Twain

Happiness : cartoon clown Stock PhotoP.S:

It is amazing to be a non judgmental observer of life.There is so much happening and you see a lot more.You understand that everything one thinks,says or does or chooses not to; reveals who one truly is.

You also realize that everything is just an interesting point of view.

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