Life Facts [31-40] Said by Great Philosophers – Part 4

Life Facts [31-40] Said by Great Philosophers – Part 4

Life Fact #31: Better life comes after battling with darkness: 
In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #32: Both Birth and Death are natural: 
It is natural to die as is to be born.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #33: Money is useless if it is not distributed:  
Money is like manure of very little use except it be spread.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #34: Hungry people are the most dangerous rebels:  
Rebellions of the belly are the worst.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #35: Three kinds of books we always read: 
Some books are to be tasted, others are to be swallowed, and some are to be chewed and digested.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #36: Nature has to be studied and perfected by experience: 
Studies perfect nature and are perfected still by experience.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #37: Errors help us to find where the truth is: 
Truth emerges more steadily from error than from confusion.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #38: Truth is good but do not utter it in front of the men who dislike: 
Truth is a good dog; but always beware of barking too close to the heels of an error, lest you get your brains kicked out.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #39: It’s hard to tell the truth. Some bitter truth needs to be clothed to be believable: 
Truth is so hard to tell; it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.”
– Francis Bacon

Life Fact #40: We all preach about telling the truth, but the few dare to tell the real truth: 
Truth is the cry of all, but the game of few.”
– George Berkeley

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Emmanuel Kachele

Emmanuel Kachele is a founder and Blogger of KACHELE ONLINE Blog, an educational blog where 'O' Level English - 'OLE', 'A' Level English (ALE) and other related teaching and life skills are shared extensively. This is an online center for all Tanzanian Secondary School English Language students and teachers (Forms I-VI) and all interested English Language learners and teachers worldwide.

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