10But children being haughtie through disdaine, and want of nurture, doe staine the nobilitie of their kinred. 11Weepe for the dead, for hee hath lost the light: and weepe for the foole, for he wanteth vnderstanding: make litle weeping for the dead, for hee is at rest: but the life of the foole is worse then death. 12Seuen dayes doe men mourne for him that is dead; but for a foole, and an vngodly man, all the dayes of his life.13Talke not much with a foole, and goe not to him that hath no vnderstanding, beware of him lest thou haue trouble, and thou shalt neuer be defiled with his fooleries: depart from him, and thou shalt find rest, and neuer bee disquieted with madnesse. 14What is heauier then lead? and what is the name thereof, but a foole?