Gratitude (according to Cicero)

What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?

- Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)

Fish Eyes on Terra Firm - An Exercise in Gratitude - A planksip® Daily Möbius

Kindness strikes me as a social act. Certainly one could heuristically prime themselves towards acts of kindness and self validation, however, gratitude, for-me (and Cicero) is the greatest of virtues. The titled responsion above attempts to "unthrown" Jean-Jacques Rousseau's claim that kindness is the greatest wisdom. Could it be that virtue and wisdom are distinctively pair bonded, complicate in their explicit nature? The argument continues or simply goes in a different direction. I offer a starting point and the data to drive expansion. Your turn!

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