Prudent or wise people are very careful in their dealing with others. In whatever they say or do, such people think twice before doing something. They won’t jump into anything which endangers their safety. And accordingly, in whatever they say or do, they succeed normally. But foolish people are different. They are hasty in their action. They won’t think much of the consequences of their actions. Such people are led by impulses than their thoughts. They don’t realize the dangers that await them when they take up risky enterprise. Consequently, they fail in most of the ventures. If somebody challenges a wise person to jump down from the top of a five storied promising to pay him a big sum, he will not do so because he knows he will die. But a fool will most willingly jump from the top, thinking and gloating over the promised money. He doesn’t think of the consequences. This is really the difference between a wise men and a fool. A fool embarks on risky ventures while the wise man refrains from such things.