Wisdom is described in so many ways.
It’s what you know,
it’s what you do,
it’s what you think,
it’s what older people have?
Do we really know what wisdom is?
It comes in many different forms and is needed in different circumstances and is taken in different ways.
Some people have simple wisdom while others babble on and on hoping others see it as wisdom.
I prefer the simpler stuff. I’m too simple to get the real deep stuff most of the time–haha! I like being simple. I like looking at life simply. I love the fact that God gave us no-brainer info all around us. I mean, people want to know the “meaning of life.” I say, “Why!?” God gave us nature to observe and enjoy. It shows us that there is no doubt He exists. The wisdom in the way a plant grows is awesome! GOD DID THAT…God has the ultimate wisdom. We don’t need that.
We need to stop worrying ourselves with the whys and hows and what fors of life. We need to remember that wisdom truly comes when we remember that we know very little. (or as Socrates said, nothing)
I’m not saying we should stop learning. No. We should learn and grow, but to strive for wisdom in the sense that we should know everything–NO.
Ultimate wisdom belongs to God alone. He knows the answers to everything. We will never know the answers to everything–thus, “THE ONLY TRUE WISDOM IS IN KNOWING YOU KNOW NOTHING.” Thanks Socrates.
Most of all, THANK YOU LORD!
((Note: OK, maybe I got a little deep there? haha…but, really, it’s SIMPLE.))