Advise of the early people

“The best thing we can gain in life is intellect which helps us to live our life. If we cannot find it, then the next best is a good companion who will cover our foolishness. If you do not have that, money that is spent in generosity that maybe the people will love you. If we have none of the above, then to be silent, so that people do not know how foolish we are! If all else fails, he advised to wait for death to take you!”

7 thoughts on “Advise of the early people”

  1. I believe this is called “not suffering fools gladly.” The French say, “when you’re a fool it’s long lasting; it’s not for always but it does last for a long time.” My mother used to say, “No one is dumb,” but I’m not sure she was right! Not a popular subject. Thanks, Zaujat.

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