Don’t worry about the facts. You can always find the ones you need.
Error is boundless.
Nor hope nor doubt,
Though both be groundless,
Will average out.
The lottery ticket is cheap, it’s the hope that’s expensive.
The relative demand for truth and opinion closely approximates the relative supply.
If a rule is required, then its outcomes will be imperfect.
Stupid people, inconveniently, are often right.
Demanding respect is the infallible sign of not deserving it.
That the many knowledgeable and intelligent people who disagree with you are deluded is the most common delusion of all.
We would do better to speak of gaps in our ignorance.
Folly leads, evil follows.
One can be too fair-minded, but it is not a common problem.