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  • The fool's talk weighs like a load while the wise man's words give rest. (Ecclesiasticus 21, 16)

  • The fool's wisdom is like a house in ruins, the knowledge of the fool amounts to nonsense. (Ecclesiasticus 21, 18)

  • As far as the fool is concerned, instruction is no more than handcuffs and fetters. (Ecclesiasticus 21, 19)

  • The fool steps inside the house immediately, the experienced man would not be so bold. (Ecclesiasticus 21, 22)

  • The fool looks in through the door, the polite man remains outside. (Ecclesiasticus 21, 23)

  • Teaching a fool is like gluing a broken jar, it is easier to awaken a man from deep sleep. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 9)

  • Reasoning with a fool is like reasoning with a drowsy man; in the end, he will ask you, "What is it all about?" (Ecclesiasticus 22, 10)

  • Weep for the dead man since the light has deserted him, weep for the fool because understanding has deserted him. Cry less for the dead man; he has found his rest but the fool's life is worse than death. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 11)

  • Mourning the dead lasts seven days, but it lasts a lifetime for the fool and godless man. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 12)

  • Do not waste words on the fool or go with the stupid man; beware of him lest he bring you trouble and his contact leave you contaminated. Stay away from him if you want rest and do not want to be worn out by his requests. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 13)

  • What is heavier than lead? What is its name but "Fool"? (Ecclesiasticus 22, 14)

  • Sand, salt and a load of iron are easier to bear than a fool. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 15)

Como distinguir uma tentação de um pecado e como estar certo de que não se pecou? – perguntou um penitente. Padre Pio sorriu e respondeu: “Como se distingue um burro de um homem? O burro tem de ser conduzido; o homem conduz a si mesmo!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina