Wisdom: n. knowledge which helps to judge accurately what is (true and/or right) and/or (just and/or moral). Unchanging wisdom is wisdom about human nature.

Some have a little wisdom by the time that they reach old age and others never get wise to their dying day. Wisdom is accurate and complete knowledge about humans and an ability to teach or convey a proper understanding of human nature.

There is little wisdom about events and things because technology is fast changing knowledge about old ways of doing things and revolutionizing them in ways that the old knowledge is no longer that useful in the modern world.

You can be wise about humans but not so wise about how to be successful in the modern world jobwise.

In a fast changing technological world old technological wisdom does not always apply but the wisdom which is unchangeable and constant is a knowledge of human nature and the way that it works. If you understand that it takes a moral human to get and maintain a good reputation in society then you have acquired useful wisdom.  The honest, sincere, dependable, trustworthy, competent, caring and confident human will always be admired and respected in society no matter how corrupt the government gets.

Humans will always admire and respect humans who don’t lie to them, don’t steal from them, and don’t commit adultery. Moral humans are an asset to any society and their absence leads to chaos and rule with the threat of force and the use of force or tyranny and dictatorship.

If you think that you have to work hard, get a liberal arts education, get a job, and have a family to lead a successful life then you may be wrong because the technological revolution is making the job market poor for liberal arts majors and making family life impossible financially for many graduating students.

The old ways of making a living are dying fast and you should be wise enough in realizing this new situation and you should be adjusting accordingly.


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