Friday, February 19, 2010
Wisdom may be offered, never forced.
Wisdom may be misunderstood, or rejected.
Wisdom may be wisdom, or not.
Wisdom remains wisdom, if it is wisdom.
The wise man knows what the unwise do not.
That is what makes him wise.
The unwise can not see what they can not see.
The wise man may only offer a vision of the unseen.
The unwise man may accept this, or not.
Being unable to see a thing,
does not cause the unseen thing to not exist.
Refusing to accept that it may exist,
in no way removes it from existing.
What is, is.
What is not, is not.
Free will allows a man, wise, or unwise, to choose
what may or may not exist in his life.
Wisdom is folly, and folly is wisdom,
depending upon the use to which he puts his free will.
He chooses what is wise, and what is not.
The wise man offers what he knows, because he knows it.
Not to cause others to think him wise.