Give heed to the words of a wise child and flee from the stories of an old fool.
The sluggard wants the world; the diligent inherits it and a throne.
Pay wisdom the entire price its worth; lest the fool bribe the merchant of knowledge and be given the grace to eat.
The wise cannot rule the city of a fool.
A fool cannot rule his spirit.
Wisdom knowledge and understanding built their cities on solid rock.
A man that hath her (wisdom) shall build a kingdom and live forever with knowledge and understanding.
An unbelieving heart is tossed to and fro but the heart of understanding remaineth firm to the end.
When the evil do well the poor will mourn.
A righteous man will sleep in peace while the sleep of the wicked shall be in pieces.
The simple; void of knowledge, who can deliver him from the pit words of the harlot?
Except God talks, the wise hath no speech or word for utterance.
A false witness speaks, even the dead ignores.
When a fool flatters, the wise rebukes him.
In the congregation of fools, their words of counsel drop to the ground and bear to bad fruit.
Seasons come and go; a slothful man will sleep all through but the diligent chooses his season at all times.
Better is the wound of the wise than the sound health of a fool.
The battered face of wisdom and the fair face of an adulteress; who can choose right?
It is better to suck the wounds of wisdom than to taste the breast milk of ignorance.
Fornication is the high way to the corridors of death and the dwelling place of they that commit fornication with her.
Wisdom is strength to they that find knowledge; understanding shall be a resting place.
A man of wisdom can build ten cities in a day but hundreds of fools cannot lay the foundations of a hut in hundred years
If the spirit willeth good intentions, the soul lusteth after her good works even the weak flesh will gather momentum of strength to achieve all.
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