Nectar Of Wisdom

A discussion in which disagreement is expressed A quarrel; a dispute

A reason or matter for dispute or contention

A narrow mind and a big mouth usually lead to interesting but pointless argument.

An argument comes from a closed mind; discussion comes from an open mind.

An argument is an exchange of ignorance whereas a discussion is an exchange of knowledge.

An argument is an expression of temper whereas discussion is an expression of logic.

An argument is one thing you will never win. If you win, you lose; if you lose, you lose.

An argument throws heat, a discussion throws light.

An argument tries to prove who is right whereas discussion tries to prove what is right.

Any strength overextended becomes a weakness.                          – Shiv Khera

Arguing with a fool is like wrestling with a pig in mud, after some time you realise that you are getting dirty but he is enjoying.

Argument is for victory and discussion is for progress.

Argument proves there are two fools.

Arguments is nothing more than a battle of egos and results in a yelling contest.

By argument, the resentment stirs up. It is much more powerful to_get others to agree with you through your actions, without saying a word.

Discussion add knowledge, argument add enemies.

Discussion entails not only saying the right thing at the right time but also leaving unsaid what need not be said.

Do not raise your voice, improve the quality of your arguments, the results will be better.

In disagreements with loved ones, deal only with the current situation. Don’t bring up the past.


The Kites, The Crows and The Fox

The kites and the crows made an agreement among themselves that they should go halves in everything obtained in the forest. One day they saw a fox that had been wounded by hunters lying helpless under a tree, and gathered round it. The crows said, “We will take the upper half of the fox.” “Then we will take the lower half,” said the kites. The fox laughed at this, and said, ” I always thought the kites were superior in creation to the crows; as such they must get the upper half of my body, of which my head, with the brain and other delicate things in it, forms a portion.”

“Oh, yes, that is right,” said the kites, “we will have that part of the fox,” “Not at all,” said the crows, “we must have it, as already agreed.” Then a war arose between the rival parties, and a great many fell on both sides, and the remaining few escaped with difficulty. The fox continued there for some days, leisurely feeding on the dead kites and crows, and then left the place hale and hearty.

Moral of the Story :

The weak benefit by the quarrels of the mighty.

we are shaped by our thoughts;

we become what we think.

when the mind is pure, joy follows,

like a shadow that never leaves.


Never argue with a fool, because, first he brings you down to his level & then wins by experience.

Never argue with a fool. Someone watching may not be able to tell the difference.

People generally quarrel because they cannot discuss.                                       – Chesterton

Silence is one of the hardest argument to refute.                                            – Josh Billing

The best way to win an argument is to avoid it.

When a person lowers his voice, he wants something; when he raises it, it is a sign he did not get it.

When we fail to control the gap between stimulus and resposne, it leads to argument.

 – Hemant C. Lodha

You may win an argument but you will lose a good job, customer, friend or marriage.

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