Judgment and proverbs


  • 1 The difference between wisdom and ideal
    • 1.1 Wisdom
    • 1.2 The proverb
  • 2 verses in wisdom
  • 3 common wisdom and proverbs

The difference between wisdom and ideals


  • Wisdom differs from the proverb in the goal and the source.
  • Wisdom comes from a special experience that the mind generates after analyzing it, to reach a wisdom that will benefit in his life and benefit others from his experience.
  • Wisdom is a pure judgment of reason over an experience.
  • Philosophy saw that wisdom is not a philosophy, because it gives absolute rulings and postulates, and wisdom can be transformed into a rigid matter that is taken as it is and is not like the philosophy that stimulates thinking and inspires reflection.
  • The magic of wisdom lies in the beauty of its language and the way it is presented.
  • We can write wisdom about a topic about poetry.
  • There are many poets who wrote about it, such as: Imam Ali bin Abi Talib - may God be pleased with him -, Imam Al-Shafi’i, Abu Al-Ala 'Al-Maari, and Abu Al-Tayeb Al-Mutanabbi.


  • The proverb is the product of a real-time situation in which it is said in words and becomes an example, and it converges with wisdom if it results from an experience.
  • The proverb is generated according to the subject, is subordinate to it, and can be influenced greatly without realizing it.
  • The magic of the parable lies in the fact that it is very popular and available to the public, as some proverbs may be valid as popular or personal slogans to the extent of their proximity to the soul of the individual and his community because of its fountain from society.
  • We can write poetry that contains a proverb but does not go beyond the home, and often has the nature of direct preaching; contrary to wisdom, which can be a discussion and a sharing of experiences.

Verses in wisdom

Al-Mutanabbi said:
If you ventured in honorable honor
Do not be satisfied with what is not the stars
The taste of death is in a despicable matter
Like the taste of death in a great thing

Imam Al-Shafi’i said:
If a person does not take care of you, you are only choreographer
Let him not regret him
In people there are substitutes, and there is rest
In the heart patience for the beloved, even if dried
So, everyone who loves him loves his heart
Not everyone who has cleared it to you has been described
If the affection is not normal
There is no goodness in affection that brings costs
There is no good in a defect betraying his boyfriend
And dumped after dried affection
He denies that the period of his statute has expired
 It shows a secret that was lost yesterday
Peace be upon the world if it is not with it
A sincere friend is a fair promise

Salah Jaheen said:
Take off, Tor, refuse to damage
Break the gears and insult
He said: Just one step too, one step too
Oh, bring the end of the rails, oh, the beer is dry

In these verses, Salah Jaheen alerts a person that his life and his pursuit of work, marriage and childbearing as a natural cycle in which he must walk have become like the watering wheel in which the bull is wrapped while eyes are closed, so he calls him to refuse to walk the same line.

Rulings and proverbs are common

  • Every neighborhood has a sake
  • Some dream is humiliation
  • One hand does not hold two watermelons
  • No one will listen to you until you say something wrong.
  • Left to themselves, it will go from bad to worse.
  • Each solution creates new problems.
  • Smile now, tomorrow will be worse
  • If you think education is expensive, try ignorance, it might be less expensive.
  • Most general statements are false, even this one.
  • An expert is one who knows more and more about less and less until he knows absolutely everything about nothing.
  • If something could be a mistake it would be so.
  • There are two classes of people: the first class are the ones who say that people are two classes, and the second category who do not say that.

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