Today's Food for Thought

@yparson (582)
United States
May 22, 2008 10:26am CST
Thursday May 22, 2008 Mistakes come from acting hastily or from acting in fear or doubt or in forgetfulness of the right motive, which is more life to all, and less to none. Author Unknown
4 responses
@academic2 (7010)
• Uganda
1 Jul 08
Kick racism and sexim out of American politics- I read some post here today insinuating about racism and sexism in American politics and I thought just how petty politically we can become as soon as we become racisists and sexist!
@yparson (582)
• United States
8 Jul 08
That's exactly why you don't mix politics with religion(morals values).
@halynn (1809)
• United States
9 Jul 08
I totally agree w/yparson.
• China
30 Jun 08
oh,my god.i don't understand what he say.my english is so poor.the title is food for thought.why it relate to mistakes.hehe.
@yparson (582)
• United States
8 Jul 08
Because the "Food for Thought" was about "mistakes". Food for thought is just another expression for "something to think out"
@rony4u (31)
28 Jun 08
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@halynn (1809)
• United States
9 Jul 08
O, great thanks 4 the info!
@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
23 May 08
I like mistakes. I like them better than being right. We all like to be right all the time and we learn nothing from it. Making mistakes is a sure thing and tells you what doesn't work. I am a practical man and I have seen that making mistake and learning why it didn't work works wonders for my knowledge and mastery of the matter. Cheers!!
@yparson (582)
• United States
8 Jul 08
although, I admit I don't like making mistakes because I either have to start over, loose out or give up. But, it does teach us a lesson in life if we are paying attention.