- Socrates said he was the wisest of men because he knew he did not know.
- The Fool saith, "If the Fool were to persist in his Folly he would become Wise." (Wm Blake). Yet the wise pass the Fool by in disdain. They know better than mad William Blake; that is what makes them so wise.
- Diogenes, dressed like a Thief accosts the passerbye, "I am not here to impose my values on you, but to relieve you of your own."
My fellow values-based planners, let us liberate our clients from their values as well as their valuables.