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My Favorite Quote (And Why I Love It)

Welcome to Post 3 of Vegan Chick’s Blogtober!

Today, I got a shortie-but-goodie for you. Something for you to wrap your mind around.

So, I’m on Pinterest, right? Trying to do some manual pinning for the group boards because, quite frankly, I been neglectin’ my Pinterest peeps. And I decide to look up some Blogtober prompts to spark an idea for this post.

A lot of the stuff I saw just didn’t resonate… and then I saw this:

Blogtober (quotes)

You see it? Hang on, lemme bring it closer…

Blogtober (quotes)

And it made me think…

What is my favorite quote? And why?

It took me a minute to decide… but not too long.

What I settled on?

Anete Lūsiņa

So, I’ve SCOURED for the origins of this quote, but haven’t had much luck nailing down anything specific. But it’s a quote I remember hearing waaaaaaayyyy back in Philosophy 101. And it’s stuck with me this long.

Why is this my favorite quote?

Because it is a perfect reminder that coming up with the best retort doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve won the argument. It just means you spent time thinking about a response… and then spent time dignifying whatever you’re responding to.

Who really ‘won’?

So, basically, sometimes the best response is no response at all.

Because a wise person knows when they know nothing… and when they should zip it.

What’s YOUR favorite quote?

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Happy Blogtober!


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