A prudent question ties in with faith in the human qualities of the other.
A grand quest may be a forerunner of getting bizarre in the eyes of the many; there is such a risk.
Silly questions are usually far easier to handle than stupid mistakes.
If the quiet man stays quiet due to money in the bank, he enjoys a favour.
By tying in with moral maxims of those that have gone before, we may find out things and bring them into the light of day in a new setting, which may be much fit for it.
The habit of outstanding quotation that some indulge in, is an insidious habit unless it links up with a stream of thought that matters.
Beware of he who wishes to show off for having respect. He may not deserve it.
Over pretentious quotations - discerning readers detect something nasty and the undiscerning are perhaps repelled in time too.