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    FOOL

    The learned fool writes his nonsense in better language than the unlearned, but still 'tis nonsense.

    B. Franklin.


    If a man wants to make a fool of himself he will always find plenty of help.


    You are not a fool just because you have done something foolish--only if the folly of it escapes you.

    Jim Fiebig.


    Commentary

    The opposite of wisdom is folly, meaning the short-term self-indulgence which marks out the person who doesn't think about long-term priorities and goals but lives on a day-to-day basis, asking, "What is the most fun thing to do now?"

    Your Father Loves You by James Packer Harold Shaw Publishers, 1986.