Doth not wisdom call? And understanding give forth her voice?
At the head of high places by the way, Between the paths she hath stood,
At the side of the gates, at the mouth of the city, The entrance of the openings, she crieth aloud,
`Unto you, O men, I call, And my voice [is] unto the sons of men.
Understand, ye simple ones, prudence, And ye fools, understand the heart,
Hearken, for noble things I speak, And the opening of my lips [is] uprightness.