Foolish Spewing

Proverbs 29:11 reads “a fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man quietly holds it back”

It is natural and human nature for us to want to spew what is considered less than graceful rantings, when we are upset. We have all been guilty and may do it again. It is simply unwise to go tit for tat or freely vent to any listening ear. We must remember that an attending ear is often attached to a running mouth. When we begin to vent, we also begin to say things like “the next time I see him/her”. Now our mouths have set the tone for something that we may not really want or need to do. Running mouths, frustrations, and idle threats can be dangerous. It can be especially dangerous when you make idle threats to those who want to do nothing but love, nurture, and take care of you. You have now made the foolish yet competent decision to hurt those who love you. With this sole decision and action, it is now easier for you to make that simpleton decision again. You begin to repeat this behavior, until those who once loved you, now simply tolerate you. Now you are stuck in a place where the only people who have love for you, don’t actually love you. You mustn’t say things to get a rise or to get your way with others. You will, at one point be expected to keep your word. At this point it’s not your abrupt absence that will haunt them, it’s your painful presence that taunts them. Be wise, keep a closed mouth, an open heart, loving touch, and endearing spirit.


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