I clasify this thing that I heard as a trueISM
I'm not claiming to know which is which!!!
Just saying ....
I heard once upon a time; that a fool hears wisdom coming from no ones mouth but his own
I wise man hears words of wisdom; ocasionaly, coming from everyones mouth.
If you have a truism to add I'm hungry to hear it.
When we get to understand life we learn that all things Speaks wisdom and Truth...
But you can only know this when you yourself are of Truth.
Remember Wisdom by itself means nothing cause wisdom is always being used to do Evil...
When Wisdom is Joined with Truth then you become Life....
This is the Adam and the Eve.
Fool of course have much wisdom but lacks Truth, and though they teach others Both, them themselves learn nothing...
I like that saying about a fool and his mouth, "wisdom is such an infrequent visitor to most homes " thats mine.....
by Michelle Liew 6 years ago
What shows that a person has wisdom?
by jerami 8 years ago
If many fools believe that a thing is true? If many Fools believe that that this thing is not true? Is it not foolish for a wise man/woman to argue with a fool ? A fool and a wise man argueing on the street corner look and sound just alike;.....to the passers...
by LA Elsen 6 years ago
What is better: To be healthy, wealthy or wise?
by bdn9385 7 years ago
Do you think Solomon is the wisest man who ever lived?Is he really more knowing than the people today who live and experience the avalanche of science and technology?
by Jesshubpages 6 years ago
The smartest thing that I have ever done is to admit that I am not smart.\There are so many objection to this because numerous men and women in the world taught that they are smart. Are you smart enough to admit you're not truly smart.
by SirDent 9 years ago
The leading cause of Divorce in the world is. . .Marriage
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