Life always involves some logic in its manifestations, and logic, as a rule, excludes the versatility of life from its considerations.
Hundreds of wise men cannot make the world a heaven, but one idiot is enough to turn it into a hell.
Truth and reality are two different things. Truth is nothing more or less than an expression of reality as you perceive it, while reality being something totally independent of, and indifferent to how you express, or even, perceive it. People differ only in their reference to reality; and this difference is not without its own implications. Certain interpretations have more value in certain situations, and vice versa. Any number of opposite propositions may be true simultaneously, but their truth value will ultimately decide their worth. From which angle to look at reality at a certain time, is a wisdom philosophy is not designed to endow. It can only help you refine your perception. In order to choose and change your mode of perception, you perhaps need Will.
The most ridiculous activity of human mind is questioning. Cognition of reality surpasses both question and answer, however ingenious.
Present, rather than past, is the mother of future. So, your future must take after your present. But if it resembles more your past, the granny must be a slut!
Judge, criticize, object before you decide to believe something; but once you believe, you're but an idiot if you need to be scrupulous any more.
If a fact does not modify your logic on being known, either you don't believe the fact or it is not a fact.
All humans learn from each other's mistakes. Intelligent humans learn how to avoid them, idiots how to do them.