Proverbs 18:2 ESV
A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.
Pity the Fool
Only in Jesus can we truly have Wisdom and then be sufficiently changed to not merely mock folly, but pity the fool.
How to Recognize a Foolish Leader
The right kind of leader, under the wise governing checks and balances constructed in the American constitution, will help guide our nation through the very precarious days that lie ahead of us.
Do Proverbs 26:4 and 26:5 contradict? How can both verses be true?
Do Proverbs 26:4 and 26:5 contradict? How can both verses be true? Should we answer a fool or not answer a fool?
Is it wrong to keep your thoughts about people to yourself, instead of telling them what you really think?
Is it wrong to keep your thoughts about people to yourself, instead of telling them what you really think? I'm not trying to be dishonest when I do this, but usually I know the other person will just get upset and it wouldn't do any good to be so open.
According to Proverbs, a fool takes pleasure only in revealing his own mind ( Prov. 18:2). A fool doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut ...
Six Lessons in Good Listening
Listening is one of the easiest things youll ever do, and one of the hardest and most important. Here are six lessons to help you listen well.
Sex and Discretion:Proverbs 5:1-23
How to Become a Good Listener
High-quality listening brings good results. But it takes an awareness of how much people need to be listened to, plus time and practice
Justice Without Facts Is No Justice at All
With a short video of Laquan McDonalds death, more of the facts have finally been released in Chicago. In Minneapolis, with another black man dead and several more shot, were left waiting for more information. How should we respond to perceived injustice from those who should be ...
Listen Up! Practical Help for Lousy Listeners
Be honest. Would those who know you best describe you as a good listener?