A person’s foolishness perverts his road,
but his heart rages against Yahweh. Bible

“yet.” This is a proverb that is only understood properly if the (וְ) that begins the second stanza is translated as “yet” or “but,” and not “and.” Fools ruin their own life, but do they blame themselves? No, they rage against Yahweh, whom they think should make their lives easy.

Commentary for: Proverbs 19:3