Posts Tagged ‘modern proverbs about thinking’

What’s thought a lot is caught not wrought. 

Thoughts can be sought — or bought. 

Thoughts rot, loves not. 

Thoughts like bots come in crazy lots. 

Thoughts fill slots; intuitions fill the spaces around them. 

 Ideate, activate, narrate and celebrate. 

Vacuity, perspicuity, our masterly fatuity. 

Reflection’s predilection is perfection; reality prefers dings, chips and cracks. 

The best possible worlds germinate within rationality and sprout within orderliness.  

Orderly, order be, our tidy mental forgery. 

Plan with your hands; think with your feet.

To muse, recuse and then defuse.

Imply, infer then just go there.

Think to the brink — then jump.

All in; mind off.

Deep deliberates at every depth.

Diet, quiet; stew, renew.

Fools follow formulas, the wise wonk.

Ideate then roller skate.

Think, thank, thunk; avoid a funk.

Mull it all terrestrial ball, the ancient fall, the modern pall.

What you confuse, fix when you muse.

Thinking is gray scaling.

It’s your choice: you can join a political party, or you can keep thinking.