“I knew it” or “I knew I was right” were my pet phrases when I was young. I often expressed it instinctively when discussing issues with others. But as I get older, I realize that the most annoying people are those who think they know everything. They are subjective and are indifferent to other points of view. Meanwhile, there were always people around me when I was young willing to point out my faults; some were even happy to do so. But as I get older, people willing to correct me are precious, for everyone knows there is no good in offending someone by doing something useless to them. On the contrary, we are happy to be bystanders to watch people making mistakes. “Fear of the Lord is the foundation of true knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and discipline. － Proverbs 1:7.” It is the key phrase of the Proverbs. “Fear” means accepting the Lord as the master, and “fools” are easily deceived. Refusing to listen to advice and hating discipline, Solomon called them fools. I don’t think I know everything. Listen to the advice of others with an open mind, especially those who know us and can give us valuable advice, and learn from others. Only God knows all things.