Quote by William Hazlitt
No wise man can have a contempt for the prejudices of others; and he should even stand in a certain awe of his own, as if they were aged parents and monitors. They may in the end prove wiser than he.
This quote suggests that a wise person should not dismiss or look down upon the deeply held beliefs or biases of others. Instead, they should approach these prejudices with respect and humility, recognizing that they may hold valuable wisdom and insight. Furthermore, the quote implies that even one's own biases should be regarded with caution and reverence, acknowledging that they too have the potential to offer valuable lessons and perspectives.
Tot a?a cum galbenul este intotdeauna asociat cu lumina, se poate spune ?i c? albastrul aduce cu el ?i un principiu al Ã®ntunericului. Aceast? culoare are un efect special ?i aproape indescriptibil asupra ochiului. Pe scara culorilor este una puternic?, Ã®ns? de partea negativ?, ?i la maximum de puritate este, cum s-ar zice, o nega?ie stimulatoare. Aspectul s?u este deci un fel de contradic?ie Ã®ntre excita?ie ?i calm.