The value of wisdom (Ecclesiastes 2:12-16)

Of course, it’s better to be wise than foolish. We do well to slow down, take some time out, reflect, and consider what we are on about. But at the end of the day, does it really change anything? I’ve accumulated three degrees, some diplomas, and a few certificates. They’re collecting dust somewhere in the basement. If we invest everything in the accumulation of wisdom, but forget to live live, and forget that life will come to an end, then we prove ourselves to be foolish. The wise person begins with the end in mind.

One thought on “The value of wisdom (Ecclesiastes 2:12-16)”

  1. Thanks Dave! Really appreciating this series – at this time. And appreciating the skill of bite sized pieces leaving us wanting more.

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