Was ignorance of an ancient wisdom proverb the root cause of what we are now experiencing in the USA?
Joe Biden signed 60 Presidential Orders in his first 100 days in office. The news reports about the USA borders, Afghanistan, Delta Virus, and inflation occurrences are all linked to the present effects of the new administration of Joe Biden.
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an of wisdom proverb, and an idiom, which appears to correlated to the root cause of what we are now experiencing in the USA and the “plentifulness” and “wants” now being reported in the news.
The thoughts of the diligent tend only to plenteousness; but of every one that is hasty only to want. (Proverb 21:5)
Idiom – If its aunt’s broke, don’t try to fix it
“to mean that things should only be changed if there are problems with them. With regard to proposals for some grand reorganization of the intelligence community:” (Google)
What’s My Point?
“President Joe Biden signed a flurry of executive actions in his first 100 days in office, primarily aimed at curbing the coronavirus pandemic and dismantling many of former President Donald Trump’s policies.” (CNN)
My point is that it is obvious that what we are reading and hearing in the news is a lack of well thought out diligent contingencies; what if ‘planning.
In My Opinion
If we discern the proverb wisdom, what we are now experiencing is opposite to the wisdom of the proverb which is in other words folly.
Instead of “plentifulness” which results from diligent planning for contingencies, we are experiencing what we don’t want to experience, folly.
Does the idiom apply to border problems we are now experiencing?
Does the Afghanistan news reports appear to have contingency plans being made well in advance of Joe Bidens “thoughts?”
Did Joe Biden do anything to prevent the Delta variant to enter the USA same as what New Zealand president plans which resulted in the lowest number of Covid infections in the World?
Is the current price of gas related to Joe Bidens lack of planning adding to inflation? I won’t mention food or commodity prices because I don’t want to hear my wife complaints every time she returns from shopping.
In the 2022 election, should voters ask candidates for their plans how they will achieve all the “plentifulness” promises they make when running for office rather than our present “wants” to get rid of them in the next election?
Read the Source Links below
Bible hub Commentaries Proverb 21:5
CNN –Executive Orders
Citizen Tom – Is Joe Biden the Problem