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CategoriesNooks and also cranniesYesteryearSemantic enigmasThe body beautifulRed tape, white liesSpeculative scienceThis sceptred isleRoot of every evilEthical conundrumsThis sporting lifeStage and also screenBirds and the bees NOOKS and also CRANNIESDoes anyone know just how to end up the following: "He who knows and also knows the knows, is wise - monitor him. He who knows not and knows no he knows not, is a silly - shun him. He that knows not and knows he knows not, is a ??? - teach him. He that knows and knows not he knows, is a ??? - ????????????" He that knows not; and knows not that he knows not is a fool, shun him. He that knows not; and also knows that he knows no is a child, teach him. He that knows; and also knows no that he knows is asleep, wake him. He who knows; and also knows that he knows is wise, follow him. - Persian proverb R. Lantzsch, Adelaide, Australia (robyn
merlin.net.au) He to know not and also knows the he knows not is humble, teach him.He that knows and knows no that he knows is asleep, wake up him.My question is: carry out you understand where these lines come from? I assumed it was an old chinese proverb, but a job-related colleague of mine said that it came from the bible! Helen Tuffin, a student - teach himis sleep - wake him. Kris Gardner, Wilton, USA It"s native an arab aphorism, no Confucius. Mike Lowry, Oro Valley, Az USA add your answer

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