What is Wisdom?
Wisdom is not an acquired quality, it is a state of being. Wisdom is the power to act and think using wisdom, experience, knowledge, common sense, insight, and knowledge.
Wisdom is related to qualities such as selflessness, unbiased wisdom, compassion, self-trust, personal integrity, self-esteem and non-violence, and moral virtues like patience and kindness.
A person with great wisdom will not only be able to see the opportunities around him, but he will also be able to foresee the future, know what’s right and what’s wrong, and have faith that things will turn out well. He will be able to trust his own senses and use them to choose his actions.
If you are thinking that being a wise person means you are a religious person does not have wisdom, think again. Some religions believe that only those who have wisdom can enter heaven, while others say only those with compassion for all can achieve Nirvana.
It is said that a wise person always guides his soul towards the light and this is how one achieves salvation. Wisdom means knowing that there are different ways to obtain knowledge and guidance and knowing that knowing will bring benefits.
Wisdom also means having the courage to face life’s trials and trying to learn new things. Wisdom is a belief in a greater purpose in life and the power to move toward it. Wisdom means having faith in your own ability to make right decisions, to follow through with your commitments and dreams, to keep your word, to forgive others and yourself, and to let go of resentments and anger.
A wise person knows that he is responsible for his actions, so he chooses to act right from the start. The wise person makes decisions from a position of knowledge and experience.
He makes decisions based on fact and on a rational and logical mind, which are free from emotion. A wise person does not allow fear or greed or hatred to cloud his judgement; he is not afraid to look at situations objectively instead of relying only on hunches or suppositions.
The wise person is not blind or deaf to his surroundings, so he does not have difficulty hearing or speaking the truth. He has an open mind that allows him to see all sides of a situation. He listens to others, learns from them, and listens to his instincts. He is never critical of other people or situations. and is not afraid to ask questions.
A wise person makes decisions without taking anyone’s opinion into consideration; he does not accept second best or the first person view, so he doesn’t get sidetracked by a million ideas about what to do, but takes action without being distracted by a million opinions and emotions.
A wise person has no fear of failure. In situations where he must take action, he is very clear about what he intends to do and he knows where he wants to end up and where he wants to go. He is practical and realistic.
To be a wise person, means being a good person who possesses wisdom. To be a wise person, means being aware of one’s strengths and talents. To be wise is to be wise, caring, compassionate, understanding and cooperative. Being wise means to know when to walk away, and when to run.
Communication – Understanding Body Language
In our modern society, we have to learn how to communicate effectively in order to function in life. It’s not enough to just have a conversation with your friends, but you also need to be able to say “yes,” “no,” “please,” “thank you,” “I’m sorry,” and so on.
To give the reader a good idea of what I’m talking about here, let’s take a look at human interaction in a day-to-day basis. We go to work or school, meet with our neighbors, and so on. In most cases, we use language as we interact with one another, but there are many times when our communication becomes awkward because we fail to express our feelings in the right manner.
In fact, one might even say that language serves as a way of expressing our feelings. What I mean by this is that sometimes people fail to communicate their feelings properly because they think it would be too difficult to express them verbally. However, putting simple language into use can be helpful in communicating in ways that other people may not be able to. Simply put, the language is essentially the unconscious part of human communication which used to convey true emotions and feelings.
To be able to read people’s body language, gestures and facial expressions, a person who speaks good English may be able to use this knowledge to his advantage. For example, if a friend is sad and needs help, he may find it easier to express his feelings verbally than to tell it by shaking his head in despair.
The next time you’re sitting down with a friend and have difficulty expressing yourself in words, remember to pay close attention to your body language. By paying attention to your body language you’ll be able to better understand what you’re saying in the first place.
In conclusion, while communication plays a vital role in human interaction, we should make it a point to pay attention to it. As long as we pay close attention to our body language, then we will be able to better understand what our friends, colleagues and acquaintances are thinking when they are speaking with us.
In addition, paying attention to body language can also make communicating easier. For example, if a friend suddenly starts fidgeting and shaking his head while he is talking, it may be possible to interpret this behavior as his being embarrassed by the situation, and thus, communicate with him more calmly.
As we can see, listening to the body language of others is a very useful tool in helping us to communicate effectively. Unfortunately, many people don’t pay any attention to it. This means that the average person is stuck in the same rut as everyone else when it comes to verbal communication – repeating phrases and making the same mistakes all the time.
When it comes to body language, this is the reason why many people have difficulty in learning the art of communication. But what you can do now is to change your thinking and start learning from the inside out. This will help you get to where you want to be sooner and will make communication easier for everyone involved.