Wisdom is right action, right doing; folly is wrong action, wrong-doing.
All reading, all study, all learning is vain if a man will not see his errors and give them up.
Wisdom says to the vain man, “Do not praise yourself,” to the proud man, “Humble yourself,” to the gossip, “Govern your tongue,” to the angry man, “Subdue your anger,” to the resentful man, “Forgive your enemy,” to the self-indulgent man, “Be temperate,” to the impure man, “Purge your heart of lust,” and to all men, “Beware of small faults, do your own duty faithfully, and never intermeddle with the duty of another.
Word of the of the week – Folly – lack of good sense or normal prudence and foresight. an excessively costly or unprofitable undertaking.
Ask yourself: What does wisdom say to you?
Speaking With a Purpose: “I help you bridge the gap between … Where you are versus where you want to be.” My ultimate goal – help you become a better you