Although it sounds very melodious and aesthetically pleasing to the usual layman’s ear, it will actually take more than just a few spare moments and certainly a lot of serious thought to contemplate and understand the phrase.A lot of people assume that knowledge and wisdom are synonymous words. In a way, knowledge comes under what wisdom defines, but the reverse is not true at all.
If we have to put a definition to it, we could claim it is the awareness or understanding of facts, information and skills, that can be acquired either by education, that is to say, theoretical knowledge, or personal experiences, that is to say, practical knowledge.
It could also include familiarity with different objects or basically any fact of learning that is gained, known and remembered through association with others.
For someone just starting down the road to independence alone, or with peer help, it is a long and tough journey towards that comfortable utopia that was taken for granted while residing with their parents.
Once the realization hits that they will be paying all the bills, there will be at least two more mind-boggling realizations.
While this sentiment is definitely one that should be appreciated, it is never fun to be fired with supposedly interesting facts at any point of time.
It often has the effect of making one feel like a loser for not knowing more information oneself.Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines the word wisdom as “the quality of being wise; power of judging rightly and following the soundest course of action, based on knowledge, experience, understanding, etc.; good judgment; sagacity (penetrating intelligence and sound judgment).” In this paper, I will present my interpretation of one instance of how wisdom is obtained and hopefully passed on.I perceive wisdom as the ability to make the best decision or select the best course of action according to the current situation with respect to prior similar situations and their outcomes.Yet, the whole concept of wisdom is so wide that one cannot completely explain it in even a hundred thousand words.Again, if we have to define it, we can compare it to being the quality of knowledge, self-transcendence and insight.These people are often found annoying and are called by the term “know it all”, although they do not mean any harm.They are simply trying to share their knowledge with others, maybe to help make a better or more educated world.The first would be how much unforeseen money is spent on everyday living to include the basic utility bills like water, electricity, trash and sewer, and maybe gas.This will bring to life their parents constant complaining about running water down the drain, leaving the refrigerator door open, and many other wasteful habits kids had growing up.Wisdom is what I like to call acquired knowledge over time and experience.Wisdom is often associated with a formal education.