by Tanu Gupta (Carmel Convent School) - New Delhi, India
"Ignorance is bliss." This means that if you don't know about a problem or unpleasant fact, you won't worry about it. Example: I didn't know our neighbour was an escaped prisoner until the police arrived - ignorance is bliss.
Additional Information from English Club:
Meaning: You can say "ignorance is bliss" when you want to say that not knowing about something unpleasant can be better than knowing about it and worrying about it.
You can see some other examples of situations in which "ignorance is bliss" HERE.
This proverb is great for debating. How about leaving you comment saying if you agree with it or not? Feel free to express your opinions and give examples here.