To give subtilty to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion. Proverbs 1:4 (KJV)

Fatuo, אחפ, fatuello -Lipsius’s diminutive; to the silly simple, whose learning hangs not in his light, who holds not himself too wise to be taught, who is not uncounsellable, unpersuadable.

Bis desipit qui sibi sapit; he is two fools that is wise in his own eyes. {Proverbs 3:7 (KJV) Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the Lord, and depart from evil.}

Plurima ignoro, sed ignorantiam meam non ignoro. Little though it be that I know, yet this I know, that I know but little.

The photo: Jesus healing the bleeding woman, Roman catacombs, 300–350