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wisdomnoun

  • ja知恵、賢さ
  • enthe ability to use knowledge and experience to make good judgments and decisions

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The wisdom of Solomon!
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The strength of Hercules!
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The stamina of Atlas!
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The power of Zeus!
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The courage of Achilles!
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And the speed of Mercury!
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My man, I don't listen to the doctor.
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I got knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, okay?
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I have the knowledge to know I'm hungry.
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I have the wisdom to know to put them ribs and some of them pig feet in my stomach.
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And I have the understanding to know I'm not supposed to eat them.
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But guess what?
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I don't give a *bleep*.
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Maybe I should shave this off.
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It's giving me delusions of wisdom.
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Actually, you can't.
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Beardedness is stipulated in your contract.
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After 15 years in prison, I'm even more motivated to get myself together.
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When I do that, that's when I'm gonna proud.
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If you can overcome that, you can overcome anything.
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In 15 years, man, I got wisdom.
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No matter how much wisdom and no matter how much knowledge, no matter what you learn,
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it never exempts you from being human.
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- And you know what that means? - Yes.
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Flawed as hell.
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- You're tough on people. - Yeah.
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So I would think that people would be frightened of you.
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You know something?
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I've evolved since then.
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So when people see me, what they see is hope and wisdom.
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It's gratifying, you know, hey, I get to share some of my wisdom with Jimmy.
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Okay. Stick your chest out, tuck your chin.
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Jake, pull it.
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Heavenly Father, thank you for tonight.
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Thank you for the opportunity for us to be here on tour in front of all these people.
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I just pray that you give us guidance, wisdom, just a good show and energy.
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- In Jesus' name. - All right, guys. Let's do it.
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If we care about wisdom, kindness, seriousness, and virtue,
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but only ever act wisely, kindly, seriously, and virtuously,
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we will, Machiavelli warns us, get nowhere.
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Then, he would invite everyone to a common table to illustrate his Kingdom of God,
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outcasts, sinners, and saints all eating together.
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He had only 3 years before his unconventional wisdom got him into trouble.