neither beliver nor reject anything, ause any other person has rejected of believed it . heaven has given you a mind for judging truth and error,. use it.  
thomas jefferson, american president  
美國總統  傑斐遜 .t.  
one thorn 4  of experience is worth a whole wilderness5  of warning. james russell lowell, british poet and critic  
英國人、批評傢  洛威爾  .j. r . 
practical wisdom is only to be learned in the school of experience.  
samuel smiles, british writer  
英國作傢  斯邁爾斯 .  s . 
proverbs are short sentences drawn from long experience .  
miguel de cervantes, spanish writer  
班牙作傢  塞萬提斯,m.  
science is the systematic classification of experience. 
grorge henry lewis , british writer  
 英國作傢  劉易斯 . g  .h . 
the tragedy of the world is that those who are imaginative have but slight experience, and those who are experienced have feeble imaginations. 
alfred north whitehead, british philosopher and nathematician  
英國哲學傢、數學傢  懷特海  .a . n.  
the at difficulty in education is to get experience out of ideas. grorge santayana, spain-born american philosopher and poet 

西班牙裔美國哲學傢、人   桑塔亞那,g. 
the atest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes. 
winston churchill. british statesman  
英國政治傢   丘吉爾 ,w.  
to make good use of should have in youth the experience of advanced years ,and in old age the vigor of youth.  
stanislars i, polish king  
波蘭國王   斯坦尼勞斯一世  
to most men , experience is like the stern light of a ship which il-luminates only the track it has passed. 
samuel tylor coleridge, british poet  
英國人  柯勒津治.  s .t . 
too much experience is a dangerous thing.  
oscar wilde, british dramatist  
英國劇作傢  王爾德 . o. 
we know nothing of what will  happen in future , but by the analogy of past experience.  
abraham lincoln , american president  
美國總統  林肯 . a . 

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