Quote by Proverb
He who does not have common sense at age thirty will never have it.
This quote suggests that if an individual does not possess good judgment or practical intelligence by the age of thirty, they are unlikely to develop it later in life. Common sense is often considered to be an innate quality that allows individuals to make rational decisions and navigate daily situations effectively. By implying that common sense is acquired early in life, the quote suggests that it is a fundamental aspect of a person's character that emerges during their formative years and is difficult to change or develop afterwards.
Los Padres son dueÃ±os de todo y la gente no posÃ©e nada; es la obra maestra de la razÃ³n y la justicia. Yo no encuentro nada tan extraordinario como los Padres, que aquÃ luchan contra el rey de EspaÃ±a y el de Portugal, y que allÃ, en Europa, confiesan a esos mismos reyes; que aquÃ matan espaÃ±oles, y que en Madrid los envÃan al cielo: es algo portentoso
Compassion is not a popular virtue. Very often when I talk to religious people, and mention how important it is that compassion is the key, that it's the sine-qua-non of religion, people look kind of balked, and stubborn sometimes, as much to say, what's the point of having religion if you can't disapprove of other people?