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  1. Very nice quote! I wish I had as much Wisdom as I did Experience….but I have definitely learned to allow one to lead to the other!
    Thank you!
    Take Care!
    Mr. B

  2. actually quite timing for the quote. i have a few posts to talk about a Dom’s humility, mistakes, etc – sadly, from my own experience; however, it can all be turned for the better.
    take care

    1. Emerging Dom,

      It has been quite awhile since I have heard from you my friend. I am glad to see your return. I am saddened to learn of your misfortune regarding mistakes that have been made.

      Be assured that we are all making our share of mistakes along this journey as well. I often tell my children that we can never go back and take something back or make it as if it never happened… Always be forward looking and learn from our mistakes…

      Turn your experience into wisDOM!

      Welcome back Sir,

      Mr. Fox

      I also believe that we can all learn a great deal from one another and that our individual experiences will be of great value if shared. I look forward to learning from your past experiences and am thankful that you will share them.

  3. Mr Fox,

    I don’t know how i missed this the first time through the blogs, but I must say I love the quote. It would make a perfect screen saver on computers. What a reminder ever time you open your screen.

    Mr. K sir

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