7 thoughts on ““Do Not Speak Unless You Can Improve The Silence”

  1. Katherine, you mean fewer of them would be wrong.

  2. Katherine: It is true that sometime you can type things without thinking about them too much. And you might write nonsense. But in most cases its not a matter of right or wrong, this is not a math riddle that you can be either right or wrong.
    If you invest time in thinking about what you are writting, then it is most likely be useful to someone.

  3. Jake: If more men made sure they were actually right before they spoke, rather than just arrogant, less of them would be wrong.

  4. If a man speaks in the woods, is he still wrong?

  5. Its one of those idioms that sound right intuitively, but don’t make much sense once you try to think about them.

  6. Silence is golden but duct tape is silver. — Against All Authority

  7. There is no need for temples, no need for complicated philosophies. My brain and my heart are my temples; my philosophy is kindness.