Proverbs 1:20-24 (The Message) Lady Wisdom goes out in the street and shouts. At the town center she makes her speech. In the middle of the traffic she takes her stand. At the busiest corner she calls out: “Simpletons! How long will you wallow in ignorance? Cynics! How long will you feed your cynicism? Idiots! How long will you refuse to learn? About face! I can revise your life. Look, I’m ready to pour out…"Don't be Foolish;Seek Wisdom Proverbs 1:20-24"
According to www.grammer.com, the definition of a proverb is: A short, pithy statement of a general truth, one that condenses common experience into memorable form. Or, as defined by Miguel de Cervantes, “a short sentence based on long experience.” For Soloman the last comment would be very true’ as he was known to be a wise man and he had a lot of experience dealing with the ways of people and the world. I find…"A Manual for Living Proverbs 1:1-6 (The Message)"