All is but lip-wisdom that wants experience. (Philip Sideney, British satesman)
凡是沒有實際經驗的，都只是口頭智慧。(英國政治家 錫得尼 D .)
Expericence is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards.
(Law Vernon, British writer)
經驗是一位先行測試然後才授課嚴厲的教師。(英國作家 弗農. L.)
Experience is not interesting till it begins to repeat itself, in fact, till it does that ,it hardly is experience. (Elizabeth Bowen, British novelist)
經驗直到自我重複時才變得有意義，事實上，直到那時才算得上經驗。(英國小說家 鮑恩 E.)
Expericence is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him. (Aldous Leonard Huxley, American writer)
Experience is the child of thought , and thought is the child of action. We cannot learn men from books. (Benjamin Disraeli, British statesman)
經驗是思想之子，思想是行動之子，瞭解他人不可以書本為據。(英國政治家 迪斯雷利 B .)
Experience is the na me give their mistakes. (Oscar Wilde, British playwriter and poet)
經驗是每個人為其錯誤尋找的代名詞。(英國劇作家、詩人 王爾德 O.)
Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want. (Dan Stanfort, American brsinessman)
Expreience keeps a dear school, yet fools will learn in no other. (Benjamin Franklin, Americna president)
經驗始終是收費高的學校，然而，笨漢非進此學校不可。(美國總統 富蘭克林 B )
Experience more than sufficiently teaches that men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues. (Bendict de spinoza, Dutch philosopher)
(荷蘭哲學家 斯賓諾沙 B)
Experience never misleads; what you are missed by is only your judgement, and this misleads you by anticipating results from experience of a kind that is not produced by your experements. (Leonardo Da Vinci, Italian painter)
Experience without learning is better than learning without excperi-ence. (Bertuand Russell, British philosopher and mathematician)
I have but one lamp wait which my feet are guided; and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past. (Patrick Henry, Americna statesman)
Mistakes are an essential part of education. (Bertrand Russell, Bdritish philosopher)
從錯誤中吸取教訓是教育極為重要的一部分。(英國哲學家 羅素 . B .)
Neither beliver nor reject anything, because any other person has rejected of believed it. Heaven has given you a mind for judging truth and error, Use it. (Thomas Jefferson, American president)
不要因為別的人相信或否定了什麼東西，你也就去相信它或否定它。上帝贈予你一個用來判斷真理和謬誤的頭腦。那你就去運用它吧/ (美國總統 傑斐遜 .T.)
One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.
(James Russell Lowell, British Poet and critic)
一次痛苦的經驗抵得上千百次的告誡。(英國詩人、批評家 洛威爾 .J. R .)
Practical wisdom is only to be learned in the school of experience.
(Samuel Smiles, British writer)
實用的知識只有通過親身體驗才能學到。(英國作家 斯邁爾斯 . S .)
Proverbs are short sentences drawn from long experience.
(Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish writer)
The tragedy of the world is that those who are imaginative have but slight experience, and those who are experienced have feeble imaginations.
(Alfred North Whitehead, British philosopher and nathematician)
(英國哲學家、數學家 懷特海 .A . N.)
The great difficulty in education is to get experience out of ideas.
(Grorge Santayana, Spain-born American philosopher and poet)
The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes.
(Winston Churchill. British statesman)
傻瓜有時候也是對的。(英國政治家 丘吉爾 .W.)
To make good use of life one should have in youth the experience of advanced years, and in old age the vigor of youth. (Stanislars I, Polish king)
To most men , experience is like the stern light of a ship which il-luminates only the track it has passed. (Samuel Tylor Coleridge, British poet)
對於大多數人，經驗像是一艘船上的尾燈，只照亮船駛過的航道。(英國詩人 柯勒津治. S .T .)
Too much experience is a dangerous thing. (Oscar Wilde, British dramatist)
經驗過多反而危險。(英國劇作家 王爾德 . O.)
We know nothing of what will happen in future , but by the analogy of past experience. (Abraham Lincoln , American president)
除了憑著對過去的經驗加以類推之外，我們對今後的事一無所知。(美國總統 林肯 . A .)