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The Road Goes On

Friday, June 03, 2005 at 9:31 AM

Wise Guys

Robert Parham at Ethics Daily has an interesting and funny column on vanity. He starts off quoting Ecclesiastes, but then spends most of his time talking about hair, taking some funny shots at notable 'dos within the Baptist world.

Best pithy summary of the differences between strands in the Biblical Wisdom Literature:

Proverbs: "The Early Bird Gets the Worm"

Job/Ecclesiastes: "Ah, but the second mouse gets the cheese . . . ." (to be said with the same Yiddish accent Eddie Murphy used at the end of Coming to America (or did Arsenio play that guy?). Link

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