Poetics and Poetry Discussion
(2/24/2013 7:49:00 PM)
But...... if one continues to sharpen as he ages, he gets better with age, and if it is wisdom he continues to sharpen, he grows in wisdom with age. We all begin with our own degree of intelligence, but we have the choice to stagnate or grow.
(2/23/2013 10:29:00 PM)
Dale it doesn't, there is no co relation to my mind between wisdom and age, if I am a wood worker, I may sharpen my skill over time, if I am open to learning, therefore those who introspect, learn, and are open to self criticism wiser and ripen earlier, that's my take.
(2/23/2013 6:10:00 PM)
Wisdom can come with age if you live your life seeking wisdom, learning from mistakes, (yours and others) . However, I have an ex-husband who is at least as mean, stubborn, unyielding, and unwilling to improve his ways, as he was that fateful day I met him, (if not more so) .
Comment of the Day
- From The Book of Nightmares
This is the tenth poem
and it is the last. It is right