I used to have many, I'm sure.
These days, I just find you typically don't know enough to be too judgemental.
Is this something closer to wisdom, accepting the limits of your knowledge?
Is it the mental fragility of old(er) age?
Or am I just becoming apathetic?
Do you have another opinion?
Crack crack, crackity Jones
It feels weird, frankly.
Like a big rock emerging from a lake of tranquility.
> when you assume, you make an ass of u and me.
That's assuming you are not in a pantomime and already dressed as the front or back part of an Ass...
My Accountant boss used to say that all the time and I came soooo close to hitting him each and every time...
Opinions are good maybe you have hit your threshold for a while and just want to get on with life but you will return to question and challenge you beliefs and views at some point. Many of us are happy with our lot and go on day to day about our business and enjoying what we have, other people want to understand why, looking for answers and should ask “why am I here”?. Individuals then feel they want to express there point of view and challenge what is around them, some people making things worse but hopefully making it better. Opinions lead to ideas, creativity, and developments in our world. We should challenge and question what is going on around us that’s my opinion
From The Big Book of Flawed Opinions by BG (2002)
> The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing
> - Socrates
Yeah, but within that you can still have opinions that operate within certain assumptions.
That's how I always saw it anyway.
I would like to put-down all non-practical dogs though. :D
> I don't have so many opinions any more.
I have many, but I find that mine usually offends.
> These days, I just find you typically don't know enough to be
> too judgemental.
True, and I end up looking like quite a fool.
> Is this something closer to wisdom, accepting the limits of your
> Is it the mental fragility of old(er) age?
No, younger people feel that way aswell.
> Or am I just becoming apathetic?