2 A fool finds no satisfaction in trying to understand, for he would rather express his own opinion.
5 It's not good to be partial towards an evil person, thereby depriving the righteous of justice.
8 The words of a gossip are like choice morsels as they descend to the innermost parts of the body.
10 The name of the LORD is a strong tower; a righteous person rushes to it and is lifted up above the danger.
11 The wealth of a rich person is his fortified city; in his own imagination, it is like a high wall.
15 The mind of a discerning person gains knowledge, while the ears of wise people seek out knowledge.
17 The first to put forth his case seems right, until someone else steps forward and cross-examines him.
19 An offended brother is more unyielding than a fortified city, and his disputes are like the bars of a fortress.
20 The positive words that a man speaks fill his stomach; he will be satisfied with what his lips produce.
21 The power of the tongue is life and death those who love to talk will eat what it produces.