Quote by Source Unknown
Never try to impress people with the profundity of your thought by the obscurity of your language. Whatever has been thoroughly thought through can be stated simply.
This quote advises against using complex or convoluted language in an attempt to impress others with the depth of one's thinking. Instead, it suggests that true intellectual clarity and understanding can be expressed simply and clearly. The message is to focus on communicating ideas effectively rather than using obscure language to mask a lack of substance or understanding.
A fine gentleman like that, they said, had no need of books. Let him leave books, they said, to the palsied or the dying. But worse was to come. For once the disease of reading has laid hold upon the system it weakens it so that it falls an easy prey to that other scourge which dwells in the ink pot and festers in the quill. The wretch takes to writing.
Barack Obama's enemies are the people who make this country work. Barack Obama's enemies are those who succeed. Those are the people whose income he wants to redistribute. Those are the people whose income he wants to take, using the power and the force of the federal government to do it.