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Daily Wisdom: Word, Quote, Article, History, Birthday and News


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The Daily Wisdom below is refreshed and updated daily.

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Everyone is welcome here to read and receive their daily dose of information or inspiration, to gain some insight or wisdom, and to fulfil their positive goal or personal aim towards feeling justifiably refreshed or apprised in up to half a dozen categories.

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9 comments on “Daily Wisdom: Word, Quote, Article, History, Birthday and News

  1. Great idea SE – am tempted to participate…

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    • Welcome John! It has been quite a while since we last communicated. Happy September to you!

      Given your experience and background as well as our common interests, your participation could indeed take our communication and interaction to a new level. :)

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  2. much work with your informative concept!
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  3. […] have to say I do not agree with this daily quote from Sound Eagle at […]

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    • Hi Melanie, it is true that many quotes can be problematic, incongruent and/or biased. Your observations here are valid and thoughtful, and SoundEagle is delighted that you have responded with pointed questions. You are cordially invited to visit SoundEagle‘s special page on Quotes to see further discussions on the issues presented by quotes. There are plenty of comments left on that page, and you are welcome to contribute.

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    • Let’s again consider Oscar Wilde’s statement “One’s past is what one is. It is the only way by which people should be judge.” And let’s quote your response to his statement:

      If we are judging people by their past, we are in effect, living in the past. Should we be judged based on mistakes we might have made? Wrong paths that we chose? Should we not actually be judged by the changes we have made, the life we we are living now, and he future we have planned?

      First of all, “One’s past” includes the positives, neutrals and negatives, not necessarily just “mistakes we might have made”, to use your own words.

      Secondly, it is not quite true or valid that “If we are judging people by their past, we are in effect, living in the past.” If it were true, then it could also be claimed that “If we are judging people by their present or future, we are in effect, living in the present or future.” After all, judging is not equivalent to living, for the act, purpose, nature, scope, process and outcome of judging can be quite separate or different from those of living.

      Thirdly, it is important to realise that the quality, validity and reliability of someone’s judging are the focus of the issue, not (just) whether we could or should judge people by their past, present and/or future.

      Fourthly, whether or not there are indeed issues in Oscar Wilde’s statement, it is not always feasible to judge people by the present or future, because the present is often too close to see clearly, and the future too distant to see or predict, not to mention that events in the future have not yet happened, and therefore are unavailable for judgement or appraisal.

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