Tuesday, May 31, 2016

DO NOT DREAM OF WISDOM



Wisdom weaves words 
with willpower 
where wishes 
are but dreams that have no consonance.

TWM

15 comments:

  1. I generally dream of more concrete things myself.

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    1. You're an exception Charles because your dreams spur you to actions (writing you have related some pretty macabre dreams) and your life lessons have, in my opinion, made you into a wise person.

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  2. I'm the first 2 admit, that I do not get this post of Urs at all, meowpoppa ... even after looking up the word "consonance" ... smiles ... anyway, life goes on ... smiles ... Love, cat.

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    1. Meowmomma--being wise is not an inherited trait in my view but rather a slow steady learning process including trial and error. To stay the course takes massive willpower. To not allow others thinking to impede your own.

      many wish their way through life instead of wisely choosing what is right for them, hence they dream because they think dreams construct a reality they wish for,

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  3. I am pondering... interesting construction

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    1. Pondering is the beginning of wisdom Jeff.

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  4. Head, Heart and Hands. All three are required.

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    1. I agree acquisition of wisdom is a work always in progress.

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  5. Still can't publish comment as lone grey squirrel. Forced to reveal my secret identity.

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    1. Don't know what else I can do Squirrel, I have all of my settings as open as I can make them.

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  6. But dreams cAn be turned around into action?!

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    1. Only if they are remembered, then they change from dreams to goals Shadow. We are too easily distracted these days,

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  7. Something to chew over Mark ~ I find that as I get older, I don't become any wiser ~

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    1. Grace if you recognize it then it is probably ego. Wisdom becomes innate.

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  8. And here I thought wisdom was learning how to give up.

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So Walking Man I was thinking...