It is an excellent rule to be observed in all discussions, that men should give soft words and hard arguments; that they should not so much strive to silence or vex, as to convince their opponents.
Topics: Words, Arguments, One liners, Proverbs, Argument, Communication
Obscurity in writing is commonly a proof of darkness in the mind; the greatest learning is to be seen in the greatest plainness.
Garner up pleasant thoughts in your mind, for pleasant thoughts make pleasant lives.
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