Looking back, we can always see the mistakes we made but we fail to see the ones looking up. Been wise isn't about making mistakes, but about learning to escape afterwards with our dignity and integrity. Have ever notice that common sense is not common even to ageing?
When we are young, ageing seems to be something that happens to only old people... But it's all lies because growing is inevitable. We will all grow old.
I have been living with this thought of getting older and wiser to see if it look good. If you asked me I will say I prefer my childhood life to now but what can one do, you just have to grow whether you like it or not.It is constant.
Getting older and wiser must not be separated . It is not something we can achieve within a twinkle of an eye it something we unleash as a result of hardwork and experience.
Have you ever wonder before if why some cases, young folks correct an older folks because knowledge is not pertaining to ageing but rather experience and the level of thinking. Our differences about life makes us wise. Do you agree With me?
When we are young, ageing seems to be something that happens to old people. But it does happen to us all and we have no choice but to embrace it and roll with it. Whatever we do and however we are, the fact is we are going to get older. And this ageing process does seem to speed up as we get older.
Let me simply it this way, the older you get, the more areas you've covered to make mistakes in. There will always be new areas of experience where we have no guidelines and where we'll handle things badly, overreact, get it wrong. And the more flexible we are, the more adventurous, the more life embracing, then the more new avenues there will be to explore and make mistakes in of course.
However, as long as we look back and see where we went wrong and resolve not to repeat such mistakes, there is little else we need to do.
Know this today, everyone around you are getting older too and not everyone get wiser. Once you accept this, you will be more forgiving and be more kind towards yourself and everyone around you.
Without much ado, time does not heal and things do get better as you get older. The more mistakes you made, the less likely you will come up with a new ones.
The best thing is that if you get a lot of your mistakes over and done with early on in life, there will be less to learn the hard way later on. And that is what youth is all about, a chance to make all the mistakes you can and get them out of the way.
Isn't common sense just simply being able to function as a regular human being? The fact that everyone should know a certain fact or idea already equates to common sense so i don't get why people make such a big deal out of it or use it as a means of degrading someone