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  Chapter 13 from
Vitamins for the Spirit
Inspiration, wisdom and the tools to use them

By Avi Shulman 


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Never Argue With a Fool In Public.People May Not Know who The r

Arguing with a fool any time any place is not a good practice, but arguing with a fool in public is an absolutely no-win situation. The irony is that regardless of how absurd the fool’s argument is, you will always find people who will agree with him. Before long you may even find yourself wondering who is the fool.

We are taught (Proverbs 26:4): “Do not answer a fool according to his folly.” Even when we must argue with a fool, the argument should never descend to his level. He may raise his voice, toss out insults, and use foul language. Don’t sink to his level.

 
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