ANSWERS: 44
  • I believe that knowledge is power.
  • Knowledge is Power. No one would hire me if I were ignorant. I couldn't even answer this question ;)
  • depends on the situation me and my fiance are going though a tight money situation and i was sorting it out but got very very stressed and depressed so he took over and i now no nothing and ignorence is bliss as im not stressed and crying every night and feel happier all round! but a lot if other situations the more you know the better it is
  • Knowledge is Power and it is even more powerful if others dont know everything you know!!
  • You may not be interested that I asked the Experts but this is what I found. http://www.askoxford.com/asktheexperts/faq/aboutgrammar/meandi?view=uk Which is correct: 'my friend and me' or 'my friend and I'? If in doubt, take your friend out of the sentence. Me and my friend went to a party last night. [Wrong] I and my friend went to a party last night. My friend and me went to a party last night. [Wrong] My friend and I went to a party last night. The mayor has invited me and my husband. The mayor has invited I and my husband. [Wrong] The mayor has invited my husband and me. The mayor has invited my husband and I. [Wrong] Incidentally, saying 'my friend and I' instead of 'I and my friend' is not better grammar, it's just being polite.
  • I asked my PSE. "if us humans always want more from life. Then how do we no wen we have become fully successful?" He couldn't answer Ignorance is in fact bliss. It's just that we see knowledge as power. Sometimes if we no the truth we lose are paradise. As children we used to do things that dont thrill us anymore. THis is because wev'e opend our eyes to more things in this world. If, for example you take a successful, rich, business man and compare him to a homeless person. You'll see many differences. Some may say that it is the business man that is the most successful. Well who has more to gain in this situation. Its the homeless person. He has all to gain. And of course in some respects he has many freedoms. But the silly thing is, in his life he has to pay to really stay alive. The real question here is, is evolution and greater thinking a good thing? I mean what has it caused. I can see that some of you are going to think that ignorance has caused war. But look at all the wonderful things its caused. Lets face it we're never going to no why we are here on this earth. I say its better to go your way then someone elses.
  • If you wer ignorant you wouldnt need to answer the Question. Or get a job u dumb ass. I wish i was more ignorant lol
  • In caveman times. People didnt say "Oh ok. Lets go to the fridge and get a snack" NO they didnt becasue they were ignorant. They just went out hunting were probably happy becasue they didnt no any better. Look at us. everything we have is in a matter of mintues. Still we are happy? no
  • If other people are ignorant of your knowledge, you have the power.
  • Knowledge is power!
  • Knowledge IS power that is 100% true. Ignorance is definitely not always bliss. It's generally better to remain informed.
  • Neither... the go in between is always fetching...
  • knowledge is power. knowing what you are up against gives you options and the power to deal with a behemoth. Once you become educated about something or someone it makes it difficult for thamt something or someone to pull the proverbial wool over one's eyes.
  • Well, I believe that both are true, but prefer the knowledge and the power. I don't know why....power doesn't seem that appealing when compared to bliss.
  • I would go with Ignorance is Bliss being the more correct of the two. But, from what I've seen from management types, I would say the most correct phrase would be "Ignorance is Power".
  • Me? Ignorance is Power. I could make that my life's motto, lol.
  • You ate a bite at a restaurant that had a huge bugger in it = Ignorance is Bliss You see a bugger in a bite you're just about to eat at a restaurant = Knowledge is Power Do you get my drift?
  • Ignorance is definitely bliss....or in other words, what you don't know won't hurt you. I know honesty is always the best policy, but not finding something out will save someone alot of aggro snd heartache. And chances are if the ignorance is to do with something that happened, you wont be able to do anything about it now anyway.
  • Ignorance is only bliss intell you learn the truth. Then you often wish you had known sooner because a lot of times what every happened could have been prevented or you might have missed out on something that hapened because you werent conscience of it
  • Knowledge is POWER. and i dont have the word 'ignorance' in my dictionary.
  • both are true. but which is better or prioritized? it doesn't matter. as mitch hedberg said "dont get your priorities straight, get your priorities crooked"
  • "Knowledge is Power"! Don't know ANYONE who got ANYWHERE in life . . .being . . . .S-T-U-P-I-D!!!
  • Knowledge is power wins out on that comparison.
  • Ignorance is short bliss. Knowledge is short power. Bliss is power.
  • Knowledge is Power Ignorance doesnt mean the situation is not there to deal with... + 5
  • I think both are true as general principles. Obviously there are circumstances where they aren't true but there's exceptions to every rule.
  • I would say that ignorance is bondage.The reason is that ignorance can change to knowledge.Knowledge is power if used morally and responsibly.If it is use to control others it will and does fail.
  • The idea you must subscribe to one or the other is false dilemma. Ignorance is bliss, yes indeed. Stupid people seem happy since they are not burdened with the complications of the world, but they always blame others, or some nefarious conspiracy, for keeping them down in the world. Knowledge is power, yes, but with that power usually comes responsibilities and the burden of nuance.
  • Blissful ignorance.
  • "knowledge is power." =P
  • Neither, he who has the gold makes the rules. People will alway reject knowledge in place of wealth and people will forget anything if they have the right incentives..
  • Knowledge is definitely power. Because to understand the World, is to accept it. Ignorance is bliss may be true to some degree, but I would declare that ignorance without understanding is not truly bliss.
  • Knowledge. And Fox News isn't knowledge.
  • knowledge of ignorance is powerfully blissful
  • Both are true to a certain degree.
  • "Ignorance is Bliss".
  • Both are good in small doses. Ignorance can keep you blissful so long as it is about things you don't need to know, so by being unaware your not burdened with some of life's harsh reality. Knowledge gives you some power over your own life however too much knowledge can stifle your growth. Like, do you really need to know your dad or mom was having affairs, making it difficult for you to have a relationship or put faith in anyone? Or do you really need to be such a know it all that people find it hard to relate to you? To be 100% ignorant, you wouldn't know what it is to be happy or sad, so that would negate blissfulness. To be 100% knowledgeable would mean you know many mysteries of the world but you still wouldn't have the power to change everyones life for the better, leaving you powerless and really brainy people are usually shunned. So I accept none to be really true.
  • "Knowledge is Power" is what I believe.
  • Knowledge is power. A power that can help you greatly in life.
  • "Ignorance is Bliss", life is easier this way. Kinda like "better to be lucky than good".
  • Why do we have to choose? Ignorance and Knowledge are two different things and so are Bliss and Power. Why can't both be true?
  • knowledge is power.. cuz it is.. when you know more than the other one wich you may be fighting. you will win
  • That neither one of them are true
  • Either is true. There are some things where ignorance truely is bliss and you really don't want or need to know. In other cases its better to know than not know Id' rather know and be prepared than not know and get screwed.

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