What should I do? How should I get there? Who should I call for help? Questions are the seeds and decisions are the sun that pulls the true-you into action. Making good decisions is a habit all wise people share. There are lots of reasons we make bad decisions, and a few simple skills to making good ones.
Can someone become wise before his or her time? When studying wisdom it becomes obvious that there are several policy paths to becoming wise beyond experience. Learn how wisdom serves you in the here and now then enjoy the fruits of good choices.
Some of the characteristics of wise people include:
☼ A wise person can discern the core of important problems.
☼ A wise person has self-knowledge, a knowingness of what works for them.
☼ A wise person is sincere and direct with others.
☼ Others ask wise people for advice, wise people ask back.
☼ A wise person's actions are consistent with his/her values/ethical beliefs.
Wisdom is the comfortable embodyment of an authentic self, a state of mind we all deserve. With wisdom on our side we task the power of the past to do the right thing in the presence of today then enjoy a lifetime of tomorrows. Get wise before your time.
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“We are made wise not by the recollection of our past, but by the responsibility for our future.” ~George Bernard Shaw