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Never judge someone you don’t know of being ignorant

Never judge someone you don’t know of being ignorant Never judge someone you don’t know of being ignorant
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The global judgment of ignorance turns against the wearer. If you have the weakness to think that someone is ignorant, look in what context what he knows becomes gold.

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