Accuracy | Criticism | Emotions | Facts | Failure | Knowledge | Teaching | Truth | Wisdom

I shall never forget a classroom setting that occurred about twenty-five years ago. As usual, I was in the front row. One of the toughest professors in graduate school tossed out a question. Eager and over zealous, I jumped in prematurely. He let me continue until it was obvious that my position was growing thinner by the second. He stared right through me, frowned, then replied, “Mr. Swindoll, if you continue any further out on that limb, I’m going to saw you off with a hard set of facts.” From The Quest for Character, “A Time for Truth,” pg. 183, by Charles R. Swindoll, Multnomah Press, Portland, OR

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