Does wisdom come with ageTrue wisdom is innate. We are born with it and exude it from birth. It is always available to us, if we choose to tap into it, channeled directly from our spiritual selves—the soul.

Humanity tends to perceive the source of wisdom as experiences collected through one’s life that give one a greater understanding of human interaction and situations.

The limitation of learned wisdom is it is acquired within the confines of the conditioned human experience and may be a colored version of universal truth.

Some might say learned wisdom is the most practical because it is a known, something they’ve experienced many times.

Innate wisdom can feel unknown and too general. Therefore, it is often rejected for its simplicity.

Have you met elders who are ignorant and arrogant?

Have you met youth who radiate enlightening presence and understanding? Children can be greater teachers than conditioned adults because of their stronger connection to their soul.

As children grow into adults, hardening, conditioning and disconnection happens creating a narrower view of life’s grandeur. May we all return to the innate wisdom of our soul.


© 2015 Jason Nelson

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#3 Jason Galbraith 2010-01-17 08:49
Beautiful insight. Thank you Jason
#2 Sandra Kurman 2009-11-08 02:18
Yes, true, it is sad we have a society that does so much narrowing, hardening and conditioning to people. How we return is one question, but even more important for me is how do we ensure our children stay true to their own soul, thereby raising enlightened peopel who will flow the energies of peace and love and thereby help all.
#1 Chris 2009-08-24 17:43
I agree, wisdom is there when we seek it, calling to us even at unseen times.