I was young when I first learned about the importance of wisdom. I learned it in church one day when they said Solomon requested wisdom over everything. With the wisdom he received he was free to share his wisdom and grow in so many ways. I was very impressed and told my family I am seeking wisdom.
I my search for wisdom I got deep into learning everything I could. Over the next twenty years I did just that I read, took courses and studied in all my free time. I did learn and applied some of those lessons in my life. However, I ran into people not so smart and doing much better than I. Then I learned wisdom is not always in a book. It was about understanding and developing a better process, which takes experience.
As I got older I knew things from experience. I had the wisdom of raising my family and working on projects. I kind of laugh when I watch my kids have kids and getting upset. I give them some advice about relaxing as they enjoy their child. At work I often enjoy that young person trying to tell me how to run the project better, as if he really understands.
Then I stopped and questioned myself, how is this wisdom helping free me or helping others. I prayed Lord please grand me the wisdom you gave Solomon. The answer came to me, when you relax and allow the wisdom to be received you will gain wisdom. I must be honest, my 30 minutes in the morning are my greatest moments of the day. I relax and meditate, from the meditations I gain the wisdom to write this blog. Then I use that information for my day.
Give it a try folks, relax and allow the wisdom to flow to you.
Much joy and love to you and yours