14 thoughts on “Wisdom

  1. But wisdom requires hard work to be acquired. However, listening is not bad to obtain wisdom when you hear stories from experience d people, so that we can learn it, and apply it in our life. Thanks for this blog, it is fantastic! Mr. Mel!

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  2. “Acquiring wisdom has no cost”…So does this rule out learning from difficult/painful experiences, which often come at a great cost?
    I think some of the wisdom I have was only learned because it cost so much.
    …Then there is school/University, the cost of that wisdom lasts a lifetime 🙂
    Great post, regardless of my contradictory questions.

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    1. Temporary pain is nothing more that listening. Sometime it is required to get your attention. Monetary cost is not a measure of wisdom. Education and wisdom are opposites, education is acquiring knowledge not wisdom. Wisdom is knowing what to do with the knowledge you have acquired.

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