During the Civil War someone reported to Abraham Lincoln that Edwin Stanton, one of the President’s cabinet members, had referred to him as a fool.
Mr. Lincoln replied, “Well, I must check into that, for I have found that he is usually correct in his judgments.”
- H. H. Hobbs (ministry127.com)
Ecc 7:5 (GNB): "It is better to have wise people reprimand you than to have stupid people sing your praises."
"A man must be big enough to admit his mistakes, smart enough to profit from them, and strong enough to correct them." - John C. Maxwell.
Pro 12:1(GNB): "Those who love knowledge want to be told when they are wrong. It is stupid to hate being corrected."