Wisdom and fortune combating together,
If that the former dare but what it can,
No chance may shake it.
SHAKS.: _Ant. and Cleo.,_ Act iii., Sc. 11.
What is it to be wise?
'Tis but to know how little can be known;
To see all others' faults, and feel your own.
POPE: _Essay on Man,_ Epis. iv., Line 260.
The stream from Wisdom's well,
Which God supplies, is inexhaustible.
BAYARD TAYLOR: _Wisdom of All._
And Wisdom's self
Oft seeks to sweet retired solitude.
MILTON: _Comus,_ Line 373.