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Wisdom

How To Obtain Knowledge To obtain wisdom one must have good judgment, pure confidence, and knowledge. When a person has obtained these three traits then and only then, will a person experience true wisdom. Even though these three traits seem to be easily obtainable most people will never truly experience wisdom. These traits are difficult to obtain individually, but can be obtained by following a few steps. The first step in obtaining wisdom is possessing good judgment. One must use their analytical skills to have good judgment. By analyzing each scenario a person is able to arrive at a positive conclusion. For example, when a person is offered drugs that person must think in their minds what drugs are capable of causing. If that person can think of anything negative then the decision should be easy. Understanding the difference between good and bad is not always as simple as it may seem. There are times people do not use any judgment at all. There are cases where people go with their gut feeling. For example, if a person hates somebody that person is capable of making an error judgment. This can occur if a person does not analyze the consequences of their actions. Therefore good judgment can only be obtained if the person is willing to try to live a mistake free life. This task may seem impossible, but in reality it can be accomplished with practice. Pure confidence is the second necessity needed by a person who is in the pursuit of wisdom. Pure confidence can be extremely difficult to gain for some. There are many people who were put down when they were children. This probably gave the child a low confidence level. Therefore in order for that person to gain pure confidence that person would have to overcome past incidents. The first step to gaining confidence would be obtaining a good self-image. This task is difficult because today’s society has focused heavily on physical attributes. Therefore to gain a good self-image a p...

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