1. Wisdom has built her house set upon seven pillars;

2. she has slaughtered her beasts, prepared her wine and laid her table.

3. Next, she sent her servants to call from the central square of the city,

4. "Pass by here, you who are fools." To the senseless she says,

5. "Come, eat and drink of the bread and wine I have prepared.

6. Give up your foolishness and you will live; take the straight path of discernment."

7. He who corrects a mocker gains insults; and he who reprimands an evildoer receives abuse.

8. Do not rebuke the mocker lest he hate you, but counsel the wise who will be grateful.

9. Give to the wise man and he will become wiser each day; teach an upright man and he will increase his wisdom.

10. Fear of Yahweh is the beginning of wisdom and to know the Holy One brings discernment.

11. Then I will multiply your days and increase your years of life.

12. If you are wise your wisdom will work to your advantage, but if you mock you alone will be harmed.

13. Lady Foolishness is impetuous, a simpleton who knows nothing.

14. She sits at the door of her house, on a throne in the central square of the city,

15. to invite all passersby, "Come here, whoever is ignorant."

16. To the foolish she says,

17. "Stolen waters are sweet and pilfered bread is the tastiest."

18. But he does not see the Shadow world lying there; nor realize that its guests are heading towards the abyss of death.

“No juízo final daremos contas a Deus até de uma palavra inútil que tenhamos dito.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina