When You Don’t Know the Right Thing, You Might Think It’s Not Worth Thinking

When You Don’t Know the Right Thing, You Might Think It’s Not Worth Thinking

The most important thing in life is your own intellect.

—Edwin Toy ——If you don’t know the right thing to do, you might think it’s not worth thinking about.

—Charles C. W. Cooke, Jr.—If someone is doing something that you know you ought to do and you’re not doing it, you should think twice before you do it.

—Sue R. Seager, PhD, Author of The Art of Living: How to Do What Matters Most in Life article 1.2K Shares Share Chris is a Contributing Writer for Everyday Feminism.

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