W. Somerset Maugham about wisdom (“The Moon and Sixpence”, 1919) - let us seek the love of simple, ignorant people. Their ignorance is better than all our knowledge. Let us be silent, content in our little corner, meek and gentle like them. That is the wisdom of life.
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let us seek the love of simple, ignorant people. Their ignorance is better than all our knowledge. Let us be silent, content in our little corner, meek and gentle like them. That is the wisdom of life.
 W. Somerset MaughamThe Moon and Sixpence (1919). copy citation

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