When asked by a young man if he should seek to marry, Socrates answered him:
“By all means marry: if you get a good wife, you will be happy; if you get a bad one, you will become a philosopher.”
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On a lighter note – I so wish I liked Skittles, because then I’d have an excuse to get one of these:
i dont know how this would affect my ocd. would i be happy that my candy is organized or mad because a machine of that size is not minimalist? also, does it work on M&Ms?
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The Oracle of Delphi called Socrates 'the wisest man' because he said:
"I know I know nothing!"
Of course, he only knew this because his wife, Xanthippe, told him so.
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