In the first paragraph of "The Parable of the King and the Maiden":

Suppose there was a king who loved a humble maiden and whose heart was unaffected by the wisdom that is so often loudly preached.

What does "wisdom that is so often loudly preached" mean here? Does it mean the king didn't listen to other people who thought he's wrong about the girl?


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