"If you correct someone who makes fun of wisdom, you will be insulted. If you correct an evil person, you will get hurt.
Do not correct those who make fun of wisdom, or they will hate you. But correct the wise, and they will love you.
Teach the wise, and they will become even wiser; teach good people, and they will learn even more.
"Wisdom begins with respect for the Lord, and understanding begins with knowing the Holy One.
If you live wisely, you will live a long time; wisdom will add years to your life.
The wise person is rewarded by wisdom, but whoever makes fun of wisdom will suffer for it."
Foolishness is like a loud woman; she does not have wisdom or knowledge.
She sits at the door of her house at the highest place in the city.
She calls out to those who are passing by, who are going along, minding their own business.
She says to those who are uneducated, "Come in here, you foolish people!
Stolen water is sweeter, and food eaten in secret tastes better."