The most fundamental lessons we learn in life can usually be condensed down into a few sentences; even a few words. Whether they are quotes, maxims, poems or whatever, these nuggets of wisdom can often put glass windows in brick wills. However, just because we can see a truth doesn’t mean we can reach it.
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As I am sitting here in my Macroeconomics class… I wish such condensed wisdom in the world of economics existed. That instead of three hour lectures detailing demand curves I could read three quotes from Allan Greenspan and accept my course credits. I guess I will have to keep looking.
In the meantime, though, I thought I’d throw down some of my favorite quotes, as well as the most recent maxim I wrote. Enjoy.
Thomas A. Edison