Your answers show how clever you are, while your questions show how wise you are
July 16, 2007 7:24am CST
Your answers show how clever you are, while your questions show how wise you are? Any comments?
• United States
16 Jul 07
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm..... As I attempt to answer this with a profoundly "clever" reply, I'm forced to simultaneously ponder on the "wisdom" of the question itself. I perceive that the originator of the question is wise in that perhaps there can be no "wrong response", thus the discussion merits authority and depth of plausibility beyond doubt. In an effort to satisfy both sides of the equation, one is drawn equally by the need to fulfill the "cleverness" aspect as well as to solidify the "wisdom" aspect. Therein lies the rub! Such conflicting mechanisms tend to cancel each other out, thus the profundity and speculative regeneration of the "flight or fight" syndrome becomes apparent, and one may just have to revert to silence to ensure stability and protection of character. How's that again?