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|George Eliot Love is the wisdom of the fool and the folly of the wise. Samuel |
Johnson ... This can be for the love of God, the love of a per- son, or the longing
to merge with the mystery of love itself. In this moment you believe that everything
|... better food and commonly better company. - Johnson, Samuel Love is the |
wisdom of the fool and the folly of the wise. - Johnson, Samuel By taking a
second wife he pays the highest compliment 24 Few enterprises of great labor or
|See also Beauty; Colors; Garden; Glory; Grass; Love; Plants; Seasons; Sex; |
Temple; Transience; Tree of Life; Trees; Wasteland. Bibliography. R. Alter ... More
than anything else, folly is half of a binary image in which its great opposite is *
wisdom. Fools and Folly as ... Fools are "wise in their own eyes" (Prov 26:5); they
even reject the guidance of their parents as beneath them (Prov 15:5). Fools also
find it ...
|"The wise in heart heed commandments, but a babbling fool will come to ruin" (|
10:8). ... these sayings deal with the antithesis of wisdom and foolishness as such
: "The crown of the wise is their wealth, but the folly of fools yields folly" (14:24).
|It - but wise men. folly-fallen . ... Love's 1.. Lost, iv. 8 folly. in wisdom hatched. hath |
...... v. 2 follvin foolsbearsnotsostrong...... - v.2 to check their folg. passion's solunn
.... I these wise men. that give fools money - Iv. I if music the food of love .
|And if this is the way to make one wise in this world ; and if all this will hardly do, |
how must the fool that is so in spirituals be ... A fool loves his folly ; that is, as
treasure, so much is he in love with it. ... Folly is joy to him that is destitute of
|... swept away for lack ofjustice.* 34 Whoever spares the rod hates the child, but |
whoever loves will apply discipline. ... The wise reveal their wisdom in their
actions whereas fools “parade,” spread out their folly for all to see. The verb is
used of ...
|They are all fools, and unless they acknowledge that folly they will never be wise. |
The foolish wits of Arden never quite grasp this wisdom. But the ... The Folly of the
Fools In Tivelfth Night, it can be demonstrated that Feste is a truly wise fool. By "
venting" a folly that is virtually universal in Illyria, he leads his victims to
acknowledge and rejoice in their own absurdities, and he leads some out of their
|They would have been wise enough to perceive His glory, the glory of divine |
wisdom as such. ... Folly to fools who do not have so great a love for wisdom that
for the sake of it they prefer to be regarded as fools in their own eyes and in the