Wisdom & Stupidity

Joan Winifred

Sniff, sniff..cough, cough..a little touch of something?? i may have something (allergies/little cold); not sure.  (Yeah, i got a little touch of something alright.) Hoping it’s a: touch of compassion (however)!:)

Don’t wanna spread any cold germs around; WANNA spread some c.o.m.p.a.s.s.i.o.n. seeds around…wherever i go…steps forward: Practical PROverbs:

The one walking with the wise will become wise, But the one who has dealings with the stupid will fare badly. (Proverbs 13:20)

Personally speaking..i’m selective about my close-closerfriends…they definitely would be walkers (not just talkers) of compassion.  They don’t intentionally make non-compassionate choices that endanger themselves or Others…(knowingly anyway)..they are kind to everyone and the planet. They exhibit HIGH standards of compassionate living/interaction/communication. They set a positive example of moderation/selflessness..that inspire me/encourage me in my compassion endeavors/intentions. They understand the power of choice and choose agape love..which in my experience of living is wise. 🙂

Rash & dash decisions (sometimes based on whim, misinformation or fleeting emotion (anger/pride/greed), peer pressure) without any forethought about any negative (short/long-term) consequences to themselves, others or the planet..seem stupid, huh?!

Stupidity can cut life/relationships short (unknowingly). Wisdom (knowingly) can e-l-o-n-g-a-t-e life/relationships. Covering my mouth when i cough–important! Uncovering my mouth–aka Speaking UP about compassion–(important)?? stupid statement (aka pretty obvious), eh?!;)

 

(Published 10/27/15 @ 5:44 p.m.)