What is Wisdom?
Wisdom is a word that word relates to each individual differently and affects us in a multitude of ways. It lies in the deepest part of our heart and comes out when all other actions fail. It prevails when establishing good versus evil, and explains the difference between the wise and the foolish. By gaining knowledge, wisdom, as do most other things, comes with age. Also, one’s circumstances and the events in the life one leads with their surroundings has a great impact on how much wisdom they may acquire. Last but surely not least, wisdom is the ability to give good advice, and be a great listener, and to always stand up for what one believes in. A six-letter word that takes a lifetime to accomplish yet can be learned through listening to your elders, having a positive influence as far as friends go, and always voicing one’s opinions, even if they are standing alone.
Wisdom comes with age. That ancient quote is very significant in that it explains why older people are more mature and well adapted to life. Parents and grandparents know what is best, therefore giving wise advice that will serve one will in their adolescent years. For example, one isn’t sure that their best friend deserves forgiveness for what she has done. By telling your parents the situation, they will help deal with it and will give the wisest route to take. It has happened to many of my friends, all of whom came to me for advice. My answer was always the same: talk to a trusted adult. The combination of the different stages in life makes our elders, though at times hard to admit, the wiser adversary.
Wisdom has a lot to do with influence. One primary example being: school is in session l five days a week, seven hours a day. One bonds with his/her friends more than that person’s parents and other members of your family because your parent’s work, and other siblings have either jobs or school as well. Therefore, if one gets involved with the wrong group of children that...