Proverbs 8:3

She crieth at the gates, at the entry of the city, at the coming in at the doors.
– Proverbs 8:3

The accessibility and open cry of wisdom is further emphasized by the gates, entry, and doors of the city. Wisdom is after the man on the street. Though wisdom is among the places of concourse, business, and conversation, wisdom does not arise from the collective. Wisdom strikes her own figure and is separate, calling to men and women to pay attention. To cry is to cry out or even shout. The voice of wisdom is raised above the general din of every day. Wisdom is accessible to those who seek.

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