Where Ignorance Is Bliss It Is Folly to Be Wise?

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The phrase or proverb 'where ignorance is bliss tis' folly to be wise' was coined by Thomas Gray. It means if knowing something makes you unhappy or brings about a negative outcome, it is better not to know it.
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