A fool, according to the Bible, is a foolish person who does not want to be taught by any person, who does not accept advice from others, but wants to walk in his own ways.
The foolish person always believes he is right in everything. He tires of tripping and falls into his own trap more and more. These people are blinded by the enemy, but if they want to change, it is up to them to make the decision to be free of that yoke.
All wisdom comes from the Father, wisdom of truth and for the well-being of our lives, so that we can learn to walk in the midst of problems and to be able to defend ourselves against the circumstances of life, to defend ourselves against the attacks of the evil one.
The wisdom that comes from above is so that we can know more and more about our God who gives us wisdom, not so that we misuse it, but that it is for good profit, and we can help others who do not possess it to seek the Lord and to know the giver of that wisdom.
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
Proverbs 1:7 (KJV)
In the previous verse we can learn that if we fear God (that is, if we respect and obey Him) then we begin to acquire wisdom. Another thing we can learn is that those who are foolish reject wisdom and teaching. Therefore, let us seek to obey and reverence our God, and ask Him to fill us with wisdom and teaching.
Let us recognize that the wisdom that comes from God is what helps us every day. We should not despise a wisdom like this.