WISDOM_0689-PM-WPWisdom comes from life experiences. When you embrace the wisdom of life, you will have knowledge of others, to love freely, refuse to hate, embrace your joys and sorrow and to accept victories and learn from your defeats.

Wisdom can’t be acquired simply through reading books; knowledge is one thing, wisdom comes from the trials and errors of life.

Wise people continue to doubt themselves and that’s part of what makes them wise.

Wisdom is positively related to happiness.

Wisdom must be distinguished from mere cleverness that frequently “poses” as wisdom.

Wise people talk less, are silent more, and truly listen.

Wisdom is a function of time and experiences; they are prerequisites.

Wisdom derives more from mistakes and failures than from success.

Wisdom has as its antonyms: foolishness or folly . . . but not always.

Wisdom is antithetical to fear. In fact, it’s what enables a person to overcome fear.

Wise people are also humble. There’s really no such thing as someone who is both proud or arrogant and wise.


Have a positive week, and remember to always pay it forward.

“Every Man Can Be A Great Dad”

DAD-LIFEWORTH 600X500How committed are you to being a good father, a good husband or perhaps a good role model? I believe that a real man loves his wife, and places his family as the most important thing in his life. Nothing has brought me more peace and contentment than simply being a good husband, a father and a good role model in the community.

A good father does one thing consistently; he’s a good example! He’s not perfect, he may not be successful in the worldly sense, but he makes every effort to make a better life possible for his family.

Being a father has been, without a doubt, one of my greatest sources of achievement, pride and inspiration. Fatherhood has taught me about unconditional love, reinforced the importance of giving back and living this life has taught me how to be a better man.

I think about the pledge I made to my Heavenly Father, that I would give my family all that I can. I will encourage my children; they can be anything in life, when they make Christ first.

Our Heavenly Father understands our disappointment, suffering, pain, fear, and doubt. He is always there to encourage our hearts and help us understand that He is sufficient for all of our needs. When I accepted this as an absolute truth in my life, I found that it helped me to become the father I am today.

 Post By Len Thicklin


Happy Father’s Day To All Men On This Special Day