The mystery of Wisdom


Existence is not an easy mission, it is not a simple task, instead it is a rather complex chore that demands all the useful instruments one can acquire; if he is to make it through life with his sanity intact and diminish the number of times he’ll complete the cycle of rebirth.
However, as you may have noticed, this article will focus upon one of the most vital tools to cope with life: Wisdom.

I wonder if wisdom is an innate quality or an acquired one. If we are all born with it, then when do we lose it? It is quite natural for me to think that humans come to this world as wise beings, since when they are born their mind is unified (i.e. it is not yet divided into ego, superego and id), meaning that the memory of the Creator is still vivid; that His instructions are still clear, thus holding a purity of thought. As humans develop and grow, their mind starts to divide itself into 3 sections (conscious, preconscious and unconscious) as some sort of instrument to be able to deal with having a body, desires, wishes, needs etc. Therefore they feel they must prioritise memories and so each one divides them by the afore mentioned sections accordingly to their mission on earth...and perhaps during this process it is when wisdom is thrown into the id…getting thus lost in the darkness of the unconscious.
We were told “The beginning of wisdom is: Acquire wisdom; and with all your acquiring, get understanding.” (Proverbs 4:7) possibly meaning two things:

A) Wisdom is not innate in humans and they do have to acquire it with all their might, since it is the most important thing to have if one is to succeed in his mission.
B) We are being urged to fetch wisdom from our id, if we are to understand where we come from, why we came and what we are here for.

Is it valid to state that wise people have a deep relationship with the Supreme Intelligence? I believe it to be valid for if one re-acquires the innate-id-thrown-wisdom it could be translated into the endeavour of unifying the 3 mental sections, thus re-opening a direct channel with God “If you seek her [wisdom] as silver and search for her as for hidden treasures; then you will discern the fear of the Lord and discover the knowledge of God.” (Proverbs 2:4-5) that might lead to a Supra-intelligence.
Could it be acceptable that by making use of wisdom one becomes stronger and less vulnerable to dangers that were not destined to him to experience? By opening a channel with the Lord one is subject to receive divine information that will guide and protect him throughout life “My son, give attention to my wisdom, incline your ear to my understanding; that you may observe discretion and your lips may reserve knowledge.” (Proverbs 5:1-2).

The mystery of Wisdom lies in the fact that although it is a tool for a successful life, many times it can make humans feel like they’re being humiliated, weak and powerless when implementing it; but I can tell you that it is flesh talking, that it is the ego ideal talking not their soul, not their essence. Making use of wisdom is vibrating in High frequencies, it is reaching the Lord and understanding His ways (which are anything but simple) and above all is to reject the denial of His Omnipotence, Omniscience, Omnipresence.

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.” (Proverbs 9:10)


And now I would like to invite you to read Livingsword’s view on this subject: here

Comments

  1. I like to think we're all born with a bit of wisdom that we need to nurture and grow. Some will, some won't...

    But the human body and mind are so wonderfully made that I think we were given wisdom. Just a drop.

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  2. I just found your blog via our mutual blogging friend, Peter at St Vincent's Hospital Darlinghurst - Male Nurses. I love examining life through questions like the one you have raised here: is wisdom "an innate quality or an acquired one?"

    In examining the patterns I see in humanity, it seems to me that we are here to acquire knowledge (and communicate it); I see this as a drive most people share in one way or another; but that's different than wisdom, isn't it. My sister-in-law used to swear that one of her grandson's was born wise; she said he was an old soul. For myself, I can't say that. I was born curious, questioning. Now, some forty years later, I think those traits have paved the way to the beginnings of wisdom, or perhaps a reawakening of some latent wisdom. But here's the conundrum: once I think I've gained wisdom, enlightenment, whatever, I'm tempted to stop learning. So, for me, wisdom is something to be sought, but not necessarily attained ... at least in this world.

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  3. i agree with zhu, everyone of us were gifted with wisdom but it's up for us to nurture it.

    i hope you had a great weekend max. i had a tiring one, but it was great ;)

    see yah :)

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  4. Salut Zhu!!

    "I like to think we're all born with a bit of wisdom that we need to nurture and grow. Some will, some won't..." - great point!! Loved it :D! "to nurture and grow" are the key words :D!

    "But the human body and mind are so wonderfully made that I think we were given wisdom. Just a drop." - and what a wonderful drop it was :D! I am delighted by these words *bowing*!!

    Mon amie, thank you for this excellent comment :D!

    Cheers

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  5. Hello Brenda!

    Welcome to MAX :D!

    "I just found your blog via our mutual blogging friend, Peter at St Vincent's Hospital Darlinghurst - Male Nurses." - Aah, Peter; a great friend :D!

    "I love examining life through questions like the one you have raised here: is wisdom "an innate quality or an acquired one?"" - then we must interact more! I will drop by your blog :D!

    "In examining the patterns I see in humanity, it seems to me that we are here to acquire knowledge (and communicate it); I see this as a drive most people share in one way or another; but that's different than wisdom, isn't it." - indeed, we are here to acquire knowledge and share it with others (which per se is another form of acquiring knowledge). Knowledge and Wisdom are two different things, yes. However they walk hand-in-hand.

    "My sister-in-law used to swear that one of her grandson's was born wise; she said he was an old soul. For myself, I can't say that. I was born curious, questioning. Now, some forty years later, I think those traits have paved the way to the beginnings of wisdom, or perhaps a reawakening of some latent wisdom." - oh yes, old souls tend to seem wiser than new souls (but perhaps it is due to the fact that the older souls know more or less what to expect them, what they came to do; thus making them more patient before life). Ah, what you describe about yourself is typical of new souls (however you may also be an old one who is now willing to "learn" as opposed to just have fun on earth, know what I mean?): they are so curious, so joyous...so interesting :)! I would call it the reawakening of your latent wisdom (you are fetching it from the unconscious)...now you are ready :D!

    "But here's the conundrum: once I think I've gained wisdom, enlightenment, whatever, I'm tempted to stop learning. So, for me, wisdom is something to be sought, but not necessarily attained ... at least in this world." - lol yes, that is a risk most people incur! There is a proverb that says "Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord and turn away from evil." (Proverbs 3:7)...so we need to keep on seeking it, fostering it and always remember that we are here to learn, we never know enough (regardless of how old your soul is or how old one is on earth) - and that is the beginning of wisdom.

    Brenda, this was an incredible comment for which I thank you *bowing*! We must definitely talk more :D!
    Thanks for having dropped by!

    Cheers

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  6. Hey Liza,

    "i agree with zhu, everyone of us were gifted with wisdom but it's up for us to nurture it." - I hear you! :D

    "i hope you had a great weekend max. i had a tiring one, but it was great ;)" - I did have a great weekend, darling; thanks :D! You had a tiring one but great...family gathering, huh? ;)

    See ya, dear :D!

    Cheers

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  7. Max, I will definitely make frequent trips back to your blog! You've lots of great, thought-provoking conversation here!

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  8. Max,
    Happy Monday. One more day until Maxday. :D

    "I wonder if wisdom is an innate quality or an acquired one."

    A bit of both. We are born with it, but we have to nurture it and let it grow in ways to expand our knowledge and definition of wisdom. Wisdom is not only knowing, but knowing without knowing.

    I think wisdom can only be defined by a comprehension of the invisible. (seeing the invisible, hearing the inaudible and feeling the vibration of existence.) I don't think it can be defined in words - it is beyond the scope of the human mind. It is thoughtless, formless and wrapped in expansive ISNESS.

    "Making use of wisdom is vibrating in High frequencies."

    Period.

    Thoroughly thought-provoking my dear.

    Profound Cheers!

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  9. Hi Max. lets see my blog, I put there a translation of The mystery of Wisdom; well. happy monday!!!!!

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  10. Max,
    Another interesting post for us to consider.

    I liked how you said, "the memory of the Creator is still vivid". I think that memory quickly fades, so that by the time children are old enough to talk, they have forgotten what living with God was like. Also, it is quite overwhelming, I'm sure, for a spirit to come to this Earth and experience all of the sounds, and sights, and tastes, and commotion that this mortal life brings. All of those things probably push out memories of our spirit life before.

    I do think that some of us have an innate talent for wisdom. But the older I get, the more I feel that wisdom is something that comes from experience. Wisdom is more than just education or intelligence. I have known very intelligent people who weren't very wise. So clearly, intelligence and wisdom aren't necessarily synonomous. I believe that wisdom is God directed. To have wisdom, we must have truth, and God is the source of all truth.

    I do think that part of wisdom is the ability to set aside our gut reactions to things and look at the big picture instead of just reacting from emotional triggers. Wisdom means taking in all the data, but reserving judgement until a clear thought out assumption can be made. But wisdom is driven by unselfish motives, or desires.

    Great post again!
    Delirious

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  11. Hi Max,
    I have a much more practical definition for "Wisdom": "Wisdom is the application of experience to one's accumulated knowledge using a moral filter."

    And yes, this is my own definition.

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  12. hi max! nice to hear you had a great one.

    You had a tiring one but great...family gathering, huh? ;)
    -nope i was busy preparing my kids' things for school which resumes tomorrow, i had fun because we we're all in it together ;)

    *hugs* ;)

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  13. Hello Brenda!

    I am look forward to conversing more with you :D!

    The conversations here are the best part of MAX! My friends and readers are awesome, I was truly blessed :D!

    Cheers, dear

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  14. Alexys!

    "Happy Monday. One more day until Maxday. :D" - Happy Maxday, girl :D!!! So good to see you *bowing*!

    "A bit of both. We are born with it, but we have to nurture it and let it grow in ways to expand our knowledge and definition of wisdom. Wisdom is not only knowing, but knowing without knowing." - this is soooo beautiful!!! Darling, I am not going to ruin these wise words by adding verbal expressions to it! It is perfect!!! :D

    "I think wisdom can only be defined by a comprehension of the invisible. (seeing the invisible, hearing the inaudible and feeling the vibration of existence.) I don't think it can be defined in words - it is beyond the scope of the human mind. It is thoughtless, formless and wrapped in expansive ISNESS." - I am in absolute delight! It seems like you read into my mind, girl! This Blogopathy is tight lol! Seriously, comprehending the invisible, the intangible, the black velvetness, the tacit words is the very essence of wisdom. I loved the "expansive ISNESS" expression.

    "Thoroughly thought-provoking my dear." - thank you very much, darling *bowing*!

    Erudite Cheers

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  15. Hola Fernando!

    You did? I am so honoured, thank you *bowing*! I'll be at your place in a jiffy :D!
    Happy Tuesday, mi amigo :D!

    Saludos

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  16. Hi D!

    I am curious to read about your thoughts, darling :D!

    "I think that memory quickly fades, so that by the time children are old enough to talk, they have forgotten what living with God was like." - but does the soul choose it to quickly fade away or do you think that it just does, so that we can learn how to get it back?

    "Also, it is quite overwhelming, I'm sure, for a spirit to come to this Earth and experience all of the sounds, and sights, and tastes, and commotion that this mortal life brings. All of those things probably push out memories of our spirit life before." - I totally hear you! I appreciate the fact that the mind may easily get distracted by the new sensations here, on Earth....yes....

    "I do think that some of us have an innate talent for wisdom." - this is beautiful!

    "Wisdom is more than just education or intelligence. I have known very intelligent people who weren't very wise. So clearly, intelligence and wisdom aren't necessarily synonomous." - indeed, intelligence and wisdom are two different things. LOL me too; I have known pretty intelligent people (genius even) who were not wise at all.

    "I believe that wisdom is God directed." - yes.

    "I do think that part of wisdom is the ability to set aside our gut reactions to things and look at the big picture instead of just reacting from emotional triggers." - this is vital!

    "Wisdom means taking in all the data, but reserving judgement until a clear thought out assumption can be made. But wisdom is driven by unselfish motives, or desires." - remarkable thought!

    "Great post again!" - thank you, darling *bowing*!

    And thank you for producing this fantastic thought and having shared it with us! I absolutely loved it :D! I am still savouring each word!

    Cheers

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  17. Hi Mel :D!

    "I have a much more practical definition for "Wisdom": "Wisdom is the application of experience to one's accumulated knowledge using a moral filter."" - this is an extremely interesting definition, my friend! Loved the fact that you shared it with us *bowing*! I feel honoured! :D
    Mel, do you think that Wisdom requires, necessarily, the use of morals?

    "And yes, this is my own definition." - lol but of course, I noticed your signature (after all I have been reading your poems for quite a while) :D!

    Thanks for this great comment, you made my day ;D!

    Cheers

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  18. Hey Liza,

    Ah, your kids!! That is so sweet! It's even better :)!
    So school is starting there, huh? On this side it is finishing!

    It was nice to hear from you :D!

    *hugs*

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  19. Max,
    "Mel, do you think that Wisdom requires, necessarily, the use of morals?"

    Inherent in the word wisdom is the word "wise." I believe that to be truly wise one must take a very high moral ground. Otherwise, without the moral filter and just using experience and knowledge one could easily choose the road of "opportunism." This road, without the filter, could leave many "bodies" in it's wake.

    So, I believe that "morality" is a critical feature of "wisdom."

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  20. I'm a little bit of a rebel here. No one is born with wisdom. We aquire it through life experiences. I know a lot of book smart people that have little wisdom.

    They go through life with a closed mind, not open to learning new things, or trying to understand why people or things are the way they are.

    Some just learn what they need or want for themselves, other use what they have learned to understand life and make decisions to better their's and other's lot in life, to be able to discern a situation and make the right choice, that is wisdom, in my humble opinion.

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  21. Max, I think we are born with an inherent ability to acquire wisdom on top of the unspoiled, child's base-layer of pure consciousness. But it takes at least some degree of life stability, quality parenting, adequate shelter and food, for most people to be able to develop their wisdom. Although SOME people manage to rise in awareness in spite or BECAUSE OF, terrible adversity.

    And it's life experience(s) that enable us to develop and hone that wisdom. I know many people who have terrific communication skills and cognitive abilities, yet not the emotional intelligence to make constructive choices in their lives.

    It's complicated, and probably not reducible to comparmentalized factors.

    But I do belive that GOD is manifest in the deepest part of each of us!

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  23. Dear Mel,

    "I believe that to be truly wise one must take a very high moral ground." - I see where you are coming from...

    "Otherwise, without the moral filter and just using experience and knowledge one could easily choose the road of "opportunism." This road, without the filter, could leave many "bodies" in it's wake." - I totally read you *bowing*! And what is the source of the moral filter? :)

    "So, I believe that "morality" is a critical feature of "wisdom."" - shine on, brother!!

    Mel *sigh*, always a pleasure; my friend :D! I must bow to you *bowing*!

    Cheers

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  24. Hey Bob!

    "I'm a little bit of a rebel here." - LOL that is great! I welcome you, kind rebel *bowing*! Shoot your opinion...

    "No one is born with wisdom. We aquire it through life experiences. I know a lot of book smart people that have little wisdom." - I hear you! There is, in fact, people who makes us wonder and doubt about wisdom (if it is innate or not)!

    "They go through life with a closed mind, not open to learning new things, or trying to understand why people or things are the way they are." - I couldn't agree more! There isn't anything sadder than people with narrow, closed minds *nodding*! Understanding the genesis of things is utterly vital, you are right! And this understanding is part of wisdom.

    "Some just learn what they need or want for themselves, other use what they have learned to understand life and make decisions to better their's and other's lot in life, to be able to discern a situation and make the right choice, that is wisdom, in my humble opinion." - and your humble opinion produced such a marvellous definition, my friend *bowing*!

    Bob, thank you so much for your excellent output :D! It was a pleasure to drink your words!

    Cheers

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  25. Hey Lynda!!

    You brought light & joy with you :D! Let's see what deep thoughts you brought us this week *bowing*!

    "Max, I think we are born with an inherent ability to acquire wisdom on top of the unspoiled, child's base-layer of pure consciousness." - this is interesting! Would you say then when humans want it they can easily attain wisdom?

    "But it takes at least some degree of life stability, quality parenting, adequate shelter and food, for most people to be able to develop their wisdom. Although SOME people manage to rise in awareness in spite or BECAUSE OF, terrible adversity." - would it be valid to state that karma is a factor through which people obtain wisdom? Some "deserving" to reach a state of wisdom through proper conditions and others "deserving" to reach it through adversity...

    "And it's life experience(s) that enable us to develop and hone that wisdom. I know many people who have terrific communication skills and cognitive abilities, yet not the emotional intelligence to make constructive choices in their lives." - many with cognitive abilities and communication skills are naïve too (and many times blinded by idealisms) and that may also be the reason why they are unable to make constructive choices.

    "It's complicated, and probably not reducible to comparmentalized factors." - I understand...

    "But I do belive that GOD is manifest in the deepest part of each of us!" - this is absolutely beautiful, darling!

    Lynda, thank you so much for this outstanding comment *bowing*!

    Cheers

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  26. Max,
    As usual, you ask a very important question "And what is the source of the moral filter?" There is no universal code of morality, each individual must choose his own; whether it be religious or simply the Golden Rule of "do onto others as you would have them do onto you."

    However, I do believe in universal standards that every "free thinking" person "should" follow. But alas, this is the stuff of another conversation or should I say the makings of a book.

    I use the phrase "free thinking" to eliminate the Muslim Radicals as well as other "brain-washed" people.

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  27. Hey Liza,

    A request from you is an order, my friend :D!
    I will drop by your place in a jiffy!!

    See ya

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  28. Mel,

    "As usual, you ask a very important question "And what is the source of the moral filter?" There is no universal code of morality, each individual must choose his own; whether it be religious or simply the Golden Rule of "do onto others as you would have them do onto you."" - but wouldn't you say that (let's imagine that there isn't any religion on earth) a code of morality is engraved in each and one of us upon birth?

    "However, I do believe in universal standards that every "free thinking" person "should" follow. But alas, this is the stuff of another conversation or should I say the makings of a book." - I agree with you! LOL "makings of a book", huh? Will you venture yourself :)?

    "I use the phrase "free thinking" to eliminate the Muslim Radicals as well as other "brain-washed" people." - I hear you, my friend! There is nothing worse than "limited thinking"!

    Great answer to my question, thank you :D!

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  29. Great post - wisely said - as always!

    Btw: Thanks for your visit and nice comments on my BlogBlast for Peace post - glad you approve the concept!

    Wishing you a great week too!

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  30. Hey Renny!

    Thank you, my friend *bowing*!

    You are welcome, Renny: I really liked the project *thumbs up*!

    Thanks :D!

    Cheers

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  31. Max: You brought light & joy with you :D! Let's see what deep thoughts you brought us this week *bowing*!

    Lynda: I didn't know I could bring joy and light, only coffee and donuts (make that ORGANIC DARK CHOCOLATE, instead, on second thought, lol.) But thank you for the kind words and your stimulating discussion.

    Max: Would you say then when humans want it they can easily attain wisdom?

    Lynda: No, not easily. But as they grow and gain in awareness, they can recognize the conditions that help them to expand awareness in their lives, and pursue those conditions, thereby pursuing wisdom. But I believe it is almost always hard-won, and grows from the inferno of deep psychic pain.

    Max: would it be valid to state that karma is a factor through which people obtain wisdom? Some "deserving" to reach a state of wisdom through proper conditions and others "deserving" to reach it through adversity...

    Lynda: My seer is unable to address the issue of karma, lol... If you take the idea of Karma not in a mystical mode but in a more psychological paradigm, it makes sense that people who face adversity have to open mental and spiritual channels to find ways to endure. I think everyone has the ability to grow through adversity, except for the very few who, by reasons not yet understood, seem to be more evil in persona than good.

    Max: many with cognitive abilities and communication skills are naïve too (and many times blinded by idealisms) and that may also be the reason why they are unable to make constructive choices.

    Lynda: Good point, Max. Mental and spiritual rigidity can come from being locked into either a too-negative or a falsely-positive mental set.

    Max: this is absolutely beautiful, darling!

    Lynda: I DO believe that Max, and I see the God in you! :) :)

    THANKS FOR A GREAT TALK!

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  32. Max: You brought light & joy with you :D! Let's see what deep thoughts you brought us this week *bowing*!

    Lynda: I didn't know I could bring joy and light, only coffee and donuts (make that ORGANIC DARK CHOCOLATE, instead, on second thought, lol.) But thank you for the kind words and your stimulating discussion.

    Max: Would you say then when humans want it they can easily attain wisdom?

    Lynda: No, not easily. But as they grow and gain in awareness, they can recognize the conditions that help them to expand awareness in their lives, and pursue those conditions, thereby pursuing wisdom. But I believe it is almost always hard-won, and grows from the inferno of deep psychic pain.

    Max: would it be valid to state that karma is a factor through which people obtain wisdom? Some "deserving" to reach a state of wisdom through proper conditions and others "deserving" to reach it through adversity...

    Lynda: My seer is unable to address the issue of karma, lol... If you take the idea of Karma not in a mystical mode but in a more psychological paradigm, it makes sense that people who face adversity have to open mental and spiritual channels to find ways to endure. I think everyone has the ability to grow through adversity, except for the very few who, by reasons not yet understood, seem to be more evil in persona than good.

    Max: many with cognitive abilities and communication skills are naïve too (and many times blinded by idealisms) and that may also be the reason why they are unable to make constructive choices.

    Lynda: Good point, Max. Mental and spiritual rigidity can come from being locked into either a too-negative or a falsely-positive mental set.

    Max: this is absolutely beautiful, darling!

    Lynda: I DO believe that Max, and I see the God in you! :) :)

    THANKS FOR A GREAT TALK!

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  33. Hi! I see ourselves as nothing more than a blank page when we are born; just pure ID, demanding immediate satisfaction.

    As we grow older we take in the good and the bad aspects of the ones around us.

    The foundation they lay may determine how strong or how weak, we will be in later life.

    It would be nice to go through life without a hiccup but I believe the only way to grab hold of wisdom is by learning from our mistakes and then attempting to right what we have wronged, be it by word of mouth and by our actions.

    Take Care,
    Peter

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  34. Hi Lynda!!

    Wow, dialogue-form comment; loved the idea :D!!!

    "Lynda: I didn't know I could bring joy and light, only coffee and donuts (make that ORGANIC DARK CHOCOLATE, instead, on second thought, lol.) But thank you for the kind words and your stimulating discussion." - LOL LOL well now you know, girl :)! LOL chocolate fan, huh? I meant it, Lynda; nevertheless, you are most welcome *bowing*!

    "Lynda: No, not easily. But as they grow and gain in awareness, they can recognize the conditions that help them to expand awareness in their lives, and pursue those conditions, thereby pursuing wisdom. But I believe it is almost always hard-won, and grows from the inferno of deep psychic pain." - beautifully put! Thank you *bowing*!

    "Lynda: My seer is unable to address the issue of karma, lol... If you take the idea of Karma not in a mystical mode but in a more psychological paradigm, it makes sense that people who face adversity have to open mental and spiritual channels to find ways to endure." - yet there are some who don't, unfortunately...

    "I think everyone has the ability to grow through adversity, except for the very few who, by reasons not yet understood, seem to be more evil in persona than good." - I totally hear you!

    Max: many with cognitive abilities and communication skills are naïve too (and many times blinded by idealisms) and that may also

    "Lynda: Good point, Max. Mental and spiritual rigidity can come from being locked into either a too-negative or a falsely-positive mental set." - absolutely!

    "Lynda: I DO believe that Max, and I see the God in you! :) :)" - thank you, that is kind *bowing*! We all have God in us, I believe that much...only not all of us let it show (or rather want to let it show)!

    "THANKS FOR A GREAT TALK!" - Don't mention it! Plus, I thank you for your wise words :D! Our conversations are always excellent!

    Cheers, darling!

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  35. Peter, hello!!

    "I see ourselves as nothing more than a blank page when we are born; just pure ID, demanding immediate satisfaction." - a freudian *bowing*!

    "As we grow older we take in the good and the bad aspects of the ones around us." - this is extremely interesting! So, our values come only from outside, our environment...Hmmm....

    "The foundation they lay may determine how strong or how weak, we will be in later life." - I hear you!

    "It would be nice to go through life without a hiccup but I believe the only way to grab hold of wisdom is by learning from our mistakes and then attempting to right what we have wronged, be it by word of mouth and by our actions." - this is beautiful! This week I am avoiding saying much, cause this is my readers' moment; but let me just say a little something here: it would be interesting if we could experience life "without a hiccup" however if we would then it would be pointless to be here, on earth. We are here to learn how to deal with hurdles, disappointments, pain, happiness, apparent freedom etc...through which we can attain wisdom, if we are wise enough (get the paradox?)...

    Excellent comment, as per usual, mate! Thank you so much *bowing*!

    Cheers

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  36. lovely reading this post...wisdom comes a lot from age, experience and the stage of life...we often judge a same thing differently in different situations of our life...when our life is free from any responsibilities we are generally more vocal about anything, but when we get attached and responsibilities start growing we generally analyse situations from a different perspective...so wisdom also depends on the moment of our life....it indeed has a great bearing in everyone's life...well written!

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  37. Hey Kalyan!

    "lovely reading this post..." - thank you, my friend *bowing*!

    "wisdom comes a lot from age, experience and the stage of life...we often judge a same thing differently in different situations of our life...when our life is free from any responsibilities we are generally more vocal about anything, but when we get attached and responsibilities start growing we generally analyse situations from a different perspective..." - indeed, this is another aspect I hadn't thought about!

    "so wisdom also depends on the moment of our life....it indeed has a great bearing in everyone's life...well written!" - extremely interesting! Thanks :D!

    Kalyan, thank you so much for this wicked comment: it brought light to my intellect, for I hadn't thought about the aspect you presented us; meaning that I have learned something new: awesome!! Thanks :D!

    Cheers

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