Which is better: One or Another?
Are Tomatoes better than Blueberries? Is Saxophone better than Violin? Are neat fingernails better than voluminous hair...? Pick your own comparisons and tell me what's better and why... Is fun better than achievement? Is sailing better than swimming? Is carpentry better than masonry?
Knowledge is better than Information. Wisdom is better than Knowledge. Truth is better than Wisdom. Beauty is better than Truth. Love is better than Beauty. Loving is better than Love.
other is always better than one, because one and another cant be the same
I choose one- its better than the other. I grew up in the love the one you're with generation.It had negative consequences. I prefer the one that won my heart the first time. Hopefully the one appreciates what he has and returns to me what the other did not get. oh,yeah! I'm talking about love, the real kind.
It is all a matter of opinion, what I like, someone else might detest. So there are no actual answers to the above--it is someone's opinion.
Playfulness is better than gravity. Ergo, playing along is better than over-analysis. Expression is better than reservation. Humour is better than answering.
The *illusion* of "better" is the obvious subject of this playful question. Any good-sports around here at all? Duffsmom's analysis is self-evident, should I have held your hands through the question itself?
It should be which one is suitable. It is always better in the sense that it is suitable for you. So this means that what is better to you may not be the case for another person since it might not be suitable.
It better to be a litlle stupid than litlle smart.
It better to be more smart than less stupid.
Oh,I lost my thread,Sorry!
by tomsum 7 years ago
Do you think books are always better then the movies that come after them?A lot of the big name movies use IP's from already written books. Which is better? For me personally, I think the Harry Potter books are better, but I enjoy the Lord of the Rings movies more then the books.
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
When you read a novel and later watch a movie based on the book, the book is almost always better, in my opinion. Can you think of a case when the movie was actually better than the book? I can: The Horse Whisperer. How 'bout you?
by Nithya Venkat 5 years ago
What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
by Michelle Liew 6 years ago
What shows that a person has wisdom?
by backporchstories 5 years ago
In the Bible, we are asked to not to seek knowledge but to trust in the Lord and then we will receive wisdom. I agree that life's challenges can lead to wisdom of the spirit, but does seeking out knowledge cloud our judgements or does it help us decide what to lend our faith to? Of...
by Jane Ramona Rynkiewicz Frieman 3 years ago
This quote is philosophical. In my personal experience, acquiring knowledge was not just handed over, it was a goal to be worked towards by way of learning life's lessons, reasoning out what's right and last but not least personal experience (what life has taught me). Feel free to express your own...
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