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Great Wooded South Ponderings

By Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester
Kentucky Division of Forestry

I've read every single comment and there is legitimacy in all of them. However, there are three things I've discovered over the years that I think are worth pondering.
    What one says is more important than how it is said.
  • An ounce of integrity is worth a pound of pompous oratory.

  • Listening is a virtue which is diminished by excessive speaking.
Mr. Fudge is a regular contributor to ColumbiaMagazine.com. To read other Billy Joe Fudge comments, commentary, poetry, nature insights, and ancient wisdom, enter his name in the searchboxes.



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