The word “wisdom” comes from the Old English wisdom “knowledge, learning, experience,” from wis + -dom. Its roots mean “to perceive, to discern” and “to know.”The dictionary defines wisdom as the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; and the quality of being wise.Sagacity, intelligence, understanding, insight, perception, perceptiveness, discernment, prudence, and good sense are all synonyms of wisdom. When we think of wisdom, we think of Jesus Christ, famous religious leaders, philosophers, and leaders throughout the history of the world.We can all agree that wisdom goes beyond information, knowledge, reflection, thought, or experience, though it involves all five. Acquiring wisdom implies the deliberate application for the good of self, family, and society. Wise people are also open-minded and exhibit a growth mindset, as well as a curious nature.Psychology has proven that intelligent people (those with a high IQ) and highly…
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