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As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come.
– Proverbs 26:2
[T]he wording of this verse is difficult and commentators struggle with it. It’s best to take the verse as a part of the first 12 verses, else it would be the only one out of theme in this group. The curse in this verse is opposite of the honor in the first verse, so this verse seems connected in that way. Honor is not fitting for a fool and here the curse considered is causeless, or without reason. The image given is of birds flitting about, but never landing and remaining. The causeless curse will not stick.
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