What ‘Right” words might ‘march’ into King Solomon mind if he would view the above feature picture and choose a proverb to relate to the wisdom and folly in our contemporary times.
The Chicago Tribune article titled: With abortion rights on line, women rally in US, brought to my mind this conundrum
The Purpose of This Post
To relate the ancient wisdom proverb and a past contest I surmise King Solomon would choose which reminded me of when I viewed the above picture.
My choices are as follows:
King Solomon Choice
There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end, it leads to death. (Proverb 13:12)
Saddest Words Contest Choice
“For sale, baby shoes, never used.”
Read the Source Links below and feel free to comment if you either agree or disagree whether if I made the Right choices to surmise this conundrum question.
Was my word to picture choices a wise or foolish association?
Were Hemmingway’s choice a wise or foolish choice of words it associates to this conundrum?
Is the USA marching and rallying in the Right path and directions of Wisdom and Love in the Bible that led to joy and happiness, or, sadness and death, as we march along during our short lifetimes on earth?
Regards and goodwill blogging
Chicago Tribune October 3, 2021
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