caution

A Quote by Dennis L. McKiernan on caution and alertness

Neither awake nor in a dark dream are perilous blades just as they seem.

Dennis McKiernan

Source: Once Upon A Summer Day

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A Quote by paramhansa yogananda on fear, device, caution, and pain

Fear was given to man as a cautionary device to spare him pain; it is not mean to be cultivated and abused.

paramhansa yogananda

Source: Man's Eternal Quest, Pg. 94

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A Quote by Warren Buffett on greed, fear, caution, investment, and buying

Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful.

Warren Buffett (1930 -)

Source: - Lecturing to a group of students at Columbia U. He was 21 years old.

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A Quote by Thomas Merton on thomas merton, writer, social critic, monk, caution, freedom, liberation, and condemn

"If a writer is so cautious that he never writes anything that cannot be criticized, he will never be able to write anything that can be read. If you want to help other people you have got to make up your mind to write things that some men will condemn."

Thomas Merton (1915 - 1968)

Source: True Solitude

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A Quote by Rabban Gamaliel on government, caution, interests, and advantage

Be careful in your relations with the government; for they draw no man close to themselves except for their own interests. They appear as friends when it is to their advantage, but they do not stand by a man in his time of stress.

Rabban Gamaliel

Source: Talmud - Mishnah Pirkei Avot 2:3

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A Quote by Wilford Woodruff on age, caution, children, contentment, debt, economics, fashion, habits, hope, possessions, and wealth

We feel led to caution . . . against forming the bad habit of incurring debt and taking upon themselves obligations which frequently burden them heavier than they can bear, and lead to the loss of their homes and other possessions. We know it is the fashion of the age to use credit to the utmost limit. . . . We, therefore, repeat our counsel . . . to shun debt. Be content with moderate gains, and be not misled by illusory hopes of acquiring wealth. . . . Let our children also be taught habits of economy, and not to indulge in tastes which they cannot gratify without running into debt.

Wilford Woodruff (1807 - 1898)

Source: James R. Clark, Messages of the First Presidency, 3:144-45

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A Quote by Victor Marie Hugo on caution, children, and wisdom

Caution is the eldest child of wisdom.

Victor Marie Hugo (1802 - 1885)

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A Quote by Sun Tzu on anger, army, caution, change, contentment, country, death, destruction, good, life, peace, time, and elightenment

Anger may in time change to gladness; vexation may be succeeded by content. But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can never come again into being; norcan the dead ever be brought back to life. Hence the enlightened ruler is heedful, and the good general full of caution. This is the way to keep a country at peace and an army intact.

Sun Tzu

Source: The Art of War

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A Quote by Russell Baker on caution

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Caution: These verses may be hazardous to your solemnity.

Russell Baker

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on caution and risk

Have I not walked without an upward look Of caution under stars that very well Might not have missed me when they shot and fell? It was a risk I had to take-and took.

Robert Frost

Source: Bravado, 1947

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