Duplicity | Argument | Wisdom

“…if any one of you thinks of himself as wise…then he must learn to be a fool before he really can be wise” (I Corinthians 3:18).

Two men in a small village got into a bitter argument they could not resolve. They decided to ask the village wise man for his opinion. The first man went to the wise man’s house and gave him his version of the dispute. “What do you think?” he asked. To which the wise man replied, “You’re absolutely right!” Then the second man called on the wise one and presented him with his version of the dispute. “What do you think?” he asked. To which the wise man replied, “You’re absolutely right!” Later, the wise…

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