Confrontational forms of discussion never conclude without damage to both parties, especially if they are aggressive in nature.
The desires of man are frequently more influential than their rational thought.
Our abstract thoughts regarding matters of fact are rarely always absolute. Confidence in the truth often can be applied in varying degrees of acceptance. In other words, we can accept something as basically true with some lingering doubt.
We rarely climb to the highest level of our expectations, because the ascension is limited by wisdom and knowledge.
Acquiring great wealth does not eliminate one’s problems, concerns, and mental anguish, it only alters them.
Besides death of a loved one, adversity enhances character and augments wisdom more than any other trial; adversity challenges our will, requires strategic thinking through arduous stretches on our journey.