Wish I'd said that - October 9, 2018

“Wisdom has never really proved to be much help to anyone (nobody ever said: ‘I can’t open this jar of marmalade - you do it - you’re wiser than me’) and yet as we all get older, we would like to think we are acquiring wisdom. But why? Is it really wise to be wise? When the revolution comes, isn’t it always the wise who get the chop first? Perhaps it’s more sensible to be unwise.”

Miles Kington, quoted as one of two “Apercus du jour” in “Social Studies” in Globe & Mail May 20, 2008

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