Monday, March 7, 2011


Did you ever stop to think -- wise people do not consider themselves wise (or if they do, they are even bigger idjits than necessary). The ones called or considered wise just do what comes naturally ... sort of like tying your shoe. It is only onlookers who concoct wisdom.

So for those seeking or anointing one wisdom or another, they have no one to blame but themselves. It's not a matter of good or bad, better or worse. It's just a habit worth noticing: The only wisdom available is what individuals create and that wisdom is worth heeding. Billboards and accolades are minor stuff, but the wisdom within is worth nourishing.

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