New American Bible (Revised Edition)
31 Those who oppress the poor revile their Maker,
but those who are kind to the needy honor him.(A)
32 The wicked are overthrown by their wickedness,
but the just find a refuge in their integrity.
33 Wisdom can remain silent in the discerning heart,
but among fools she must make herself known.[a](B)
- 14:33 Wisdom can remain silent in a wise person as a welcome friend. But it must speak out among fools, for the dissonance is so strong.