Just because our eyes have acclimated to the night doesn’t mean that we should defend the dimness of this present darkness.
At least two things are a waste of time, indeed three are completely wasteful: watching water boil, mobile games, and trying to inform the convinced Misinformed.
Subsistence doesn’t destroy diversity: rather it enhances and empowers distinctions.
Some words support multiple meanings; that doesn’t mean that every time a word is used it bears all meanings.
Concern over a single termite looks nitpicky to two groups: those who don’t understand termites and termites.
Embracing an idea without noting its consequences is as silly as employing a proverb without
Constantly jumping hurdles to different beliefs doesn’t earn you the wiser, scientific, and more mature gold medal: it just makes you restless.
Just because you can look in your rear-view to see what you’ve driven over doesn’t mean that you should keep on going.
Context is the hue that colors in words.
The deceptive (and dangerous) sweetness of viscous ideas might be accompanied by Scripture’s corrective sting.