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Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By Nicholas Haslam: I have a thirst - it's an awful I have a thirst - it's an awful word, but I'm thirsty for knowledge. I like knowing things, the odder the better, the more obtuse the better. Nicholas Haslam
Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By John Dewey: Any genuine teaching will result, if successful, in Any genuine teaching will result, if successful, in someone's knowing how to bring about a better condition of things than existed earlier. John Dewey
Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By Philip Gilbert Hamerton: In learning to know other things, and other In learning to know other things, and other minds, we become more intimately acquainted with ourselves, and are to ourselves better worth knowing. Philip Gilbert Hamerton
Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By Nami Mun: Hope was based on the unknown, and I Hope was based on the unknown, and I liked knowing things. Like that I was going to fail. Failure had better odds. Nami Mun
Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By Richelle E. Goodrich: How does knowing 'things could be worse' than How does knowing 'things could be worse' than what I already deem awful make me feel any better? You mean I could sink even lower? Oh joy! — Richelle E. Goodrich
Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By Jan Jansen: We know in Life have always people that We know in Life have always people that can do or knowing things better but the Truth is never better or worse, but a Fact of the True. — Jan Jansen
Some Things Are Better Not Knowing Quotes By Martina Boone: The hardest part of changing things is knowing The hardest part of changing things is knowing how much needs changing, — Martina Boone