They say that we have to take the wisdom even from the mouths of mad ones. When we are wise we stay safe and with no problems at all. It is a good sense and a good judgment, too. The natural ability to understand things that most people cannot understand. If you fail to see the wisdom in doing something, you have to bear the consequences.
Our story begins with the three animals but this time, instead of the donkey, we have the wolf. The fox is always smart and he knows how to free himself in difficult or critical situations. We cannot call him wise, but in his actions, we can find some wisdom.
The lion asked the wolf this question, "Who is the king in this jungle?"
The wolf replied quickly, "Of course, it is you, and I am your deputy. This fox here is our guard." He looked at the fox by the side of his eyes disapprovingly.
The lion got so angry and hit the wolf with his left hand on his head until his brain came out. Then he turned to the fox and told him to answer who is the king in this jungle?
The fox swallowed his slaver and began cautiously,
"You are the king, my lord. The lioness is your deputy and I am your obedient servant."
The lion was very happy and he began, "it is very clever of you, but tell me, how did you manage that?"
The fox answered, "It was that flown brain of the idiot wolf."
Wisdom is very important in our life. I surely hope to gain more wisdom in the coming days. My father used to give me few words of wisdom. I forgot most of them. I hope you like wisdom, too.