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? 15Sand, and salt, and a masse of yron is easier to beare then a man without vnderstanding.16As timber girt and bound together in a building, cannot be loosed with shaking: so the heart that is stablished by aduised counsel, shal feare at no time. 17A heart setled vpon a thought of vnderstanding, is as a faire plaistering on the wall of a gallerie.