THE FOOLISH VERSUS THE WISE -An article for the wise at heart (3 mins read)

             The foolish are not only known for their bad behaviours but also for thier manner of speech and this will be the bowl of contention for today.

      Something very funny about the foolish  is the fact that even when they have  the knowledge of the right they never say it! you probably might be wondering why ? but that’s the reason why they are referred to as the foolish in the first place! because they neither say the right words nor the truth!

But the wise are somewhat unique in nature both in character and in thier manner of speech. Because they do the right and say the truth.  The knowledge of the wise is reflected through thier character and manner of speech. Hence they are called the wise due to the reflection of thier accumulated wealth of knowledge.                     

             You see, when a man utters foolishness to a foolish man the result is a double combo of foolishness but when a foolish man utters foolish words to a wise man, all the wise man does in return is to give him a gift of silence in obeisance  to the foolish words uttered.

But you see this gift might not  be effective in all cases but it has been proven to be very effective in most cases. Total abstinence is the key the  wise man holds in his hands when it comes to dealing with  the foolish man and his ways.

 The wise man says, “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly (surname of the foolish), nor standeth in the ways of sinners (first name of the foolish), nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful  ( and finally the nickname of the foolish).

Hence, the words out of the mouth of the the wise man with authority leaves   the foolish dumbfounded because authority is commanded and the foolish is left to wonder as to what manner of wisdom is this?

But his delight is in the law of  the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.  And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.”

          Remember, this article is for the wise and only the wise can unravel the mysteries underlying it!



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