Are you seeking for a way to eliminate mistakes from life?
You can change your life by getting wisdom from God’s Word. A Wise person is skillful in all their ways and DO increase.
The beginning of wisdom is to be teachable and accept correction. If, you walk with wise people you develop sound judgement and make wise decisions. However, if you hangout with fools you stumble and your actions lead down a senseless path.
The definition of Wisdom is the ability to think and act so that common sense prevails where choices are productive to your life.
Wisdom cannot be gotten out of a textbook. Knowledge is not enough to make you wise. Understanding does not come from simply hearing others. Experience is the most valuable tool in acquiring wisdom. A wise person meditate their actions and determines their next step.
Fools and Wisdom
Most people live their life in such a fast track. They just move along and let things happen, and never stop to evaluate, could I have done better?
The biggest challenge people are faced with is pressure of time and the need to rush. This leads to another problem and that is mistakes occur when there is no long term planning. It’s very difficult to answer the equation if you do not know the problem. The answer is to take time to observe your conduct. What are you doing right or wrong? Ask yourself questions and the answer will come.
Next, you need to understand the consequences of your actions. Will this solution help you now or in the future? Again, ask yourself questions to get the right answer. Take time to think deeply about the cause and effect of a problem. If, you feel stuck or lack understanding, seek wisdom from a learnt person who has experience.
Above all else, read the word of God, meditate the Word, learn what God is saying, and obey His Word.
Do not allow life to rush you
Do not allow companies, policies, or employers to rush you. Take time to make wise decisions. If, you do not have time or feel pressured back off from making a decision until you’re rested. Be slow to answer rather than fast to speak. Discipline your speech. Your mind can think quickly but it does not necessarily give you the best answer first!
Plan life ahead of time before the time comes. You must get strategic on what and where your life will be in 10 years. Get out of survival mode.
Fools are always caught by surprise they lack insight into their action. Foolish people rage about everything – act arrogantly and live carelessly. They deceive themselves believing lies to appease their conscience.
Fools often have to redo their work over and over again wasting time because of busyness. They jump around from one thing to another and end up wasting time and money often overspending.
Foolish people do not accept advice from experienced leaders. Fools always think they know better even if they’re making mistakes. They have no time to see the full picture and how things will turn out, they lack precision of thoughts.
A Wise person is skillful in all their ways and do increase. They have a foundation and understand the world was established by the Word of God. They learn what God is saying in His Word, and obey His Word. Wise people are willing to observe the consequence of their action. They want to be a person who is beneficial to society.
If, you want to be wise, talk to people that are wise — people who are wise in the way they live and work. These people share the consequences of their conduct, and their obedience, and so forth.
Wisdom is a continual growth process
Me I You
In writing this article, I began to recall things that I had learned by what I’d heard, observed, experienced in life. I realized that whatever wisdom that I may have came through people – through mistakes, failures, successes, whatever it might be. But I think most of all it made me realize how much more I want to pursue God’s wisdom.
In fact, if nobody else is blessed by this article, I have been super blessed. It made me examine my whole life, the way I do things. I’ve been extremely blessed.
My goal for you is to observe your conduct learn rights and wrongs. So that you may live a long life with no sorrow added.