Wise counsel. What constitutes wise counsel? Those who utilize spiritual gifts in decision making exemplify wise counsel. Those who utilize just nature exemplify wise counsel. Those who exemplify wise counsel usually learn to counsel with wisdom from the Creator, through close and frequent communication with their Higher Power. There is knowledge that is powerful and knowledge that is trivial. Wisdom is such a pure ally that there is only one Source. The opposite of wisdom is foolishness. Foolishness stems from a depreciation of one's connection to their Creator, a breach if you will. I stipulate breach because breaches can be repaired thus restored, and once again one will be declared fit to provide wise counsel. Under wisdom's counsel, wise and favorable outcomes are availed, while foolish counsel leads to unfavorable outcomes. Wise counsel behoves one and foolish counsel befalls one.
William Joseph Scheremet