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Wisdom

Wisdom belong to the most interesting categories of sayings. This is not only due to the fact that they often come from well-known personalities such as Albert Einstein, Confucius or Buddha, but also to the profound knowledge that they convey. They summarize seemingly complex processes in a short text and make them understandable. After all, life is not always as complicated as it appears at first glance. When it comes to everyday questions in the field of love and life, wise sayings from philosophers are very popular. But wisdom is also often quoted on birthdays and weddings. People just like sayings that make you think and dream.

Change your thoughts and you will change your world by Norman Vincent Peale - Wisdom

1. Change your thoughts and you change your world.
Norman Vincent Peale

2. Empty pockets don't hold anyone back. Only empty minds and empty hearts can do that.
Norman Vincent Peale

3. The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.
St. Augustine

4. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched - you have to feel them with your heart.
Helen Keller

5. The bad news is that time flies. The good news is you are the pilot.
Michael Altshuler

6. There is a scar for every wound. And every scar tells a story. A story that goes: I survived.

7. To deal with yourself, use your head; to deal with others, use your heart.
Eleanor Roosevelt

8. When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.
Viktor E. Frank

9. If you can't fly, run, if you can't run, then run, if you can't run, crawl, but whatever you do, you must keep going.
Martin Luther King, Jr

10. Love unconditionally, laugh consciously, live strategically and learn daily.
Hope D. Blackwell

You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough of Mae West wisdom

11. Don't care about anything someone tells you about others. Judge everyone and everything for yourself.
Henry James

12. Failure is the key to success; every mistake teaches us something.
Morihei Ueshiba

13. Coming together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress; Working together is a success.
Henry Ford

14. The day you give up your dreams is the day you give up on yourself.

15. When looking for honey, expect to be stung by bees.
Joseph Joubert

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16. Never give up. Today is tough, tomorrow will be worse, but the day after tomorrow the sun will shine.
Jack Ma

17. Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, focus the mind on the present moment.
Buddha

18. Your toughest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Go on. In the end, difficult situations create strong people.
Roy Bennett

19. You will never reach your goal if you stop and throw stones at every dog ​​that barks.
Winston Churchill

20. Good judgment comes from experience, and much of it comes from poor judgment.
Will Rogers

Failure is the key to success, every failure teaches us something from Morihei Ueshiba - wisdom

21. Before you get married, keep both eyes open, after the marriage keep one eye.

22. The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person's determination.
Tommy Lasorda

23. The woman who follows the crowd usually goes no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has been to before.
Albert Einstein

24. I was clever yesterday so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise so I am changing.
Rumi

25. Before you give up, think about why you persevered for so long.
Hayley Williams

26. The only way to achieve the impossible is to believe that it is possible.
Charles Kingsleigh

27. The difference between a good and a great officer is about ten seconds.
Admiral Arleigh Burke

28. Adversity makes us wise.
Mary Norton

29. Everything will be fine in the end. And if it's not good yet, it's not the end.
Oscar Wilde

30. If someone asks me, “What is hell?” I would answer: “Distance between two people who love each other”.

Never give up. Today is tough, tomorrow it will be worse, but the day after tomorrow the sun will shine from Jack Ma - Wisdom

31. Start with big dreams and make life worth living.
Stephen Richards

32. If you work hard enough and assert yourself and use your wits and imagination, you can shape the world as you wish.
Malcolm Gladwell

33. I cannot control what happens. I can control how I react to it.

34. But man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated.
Ernest Hemingway

35. You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.
Mae West

36.Breaking broke is a temporary situation. Being poor is a state of mind.
Mike Todd

37. To really laugh, you have to be able to take your pain away and play with it.
Charlie Chaplin

38. The first and best victory is to conquer yourself.
plato

39. It's hard to hit someone who never gives up.
Babe Ruth

40. If you can't do big things, do small things in a big way.
Napoleon Hill

41. My mother said to me, “If you are a soldier, you will become a general. If you are a monk, you will become the Pope. ”Instead, I was a painter and became Picasso.
Pablo Picasso

42. If you are late, you miss an opportunity.
John De Lemme

43. Believe you can do this and you are halfway there.
Theodore Roosevelt

44. Your friends will believe in your potential, your enemies will make you fulfill it.
Tim Fargo

45. You cannot hit the person who does not give up.
Babe Ruth

46. ​​Wanting to be someone different is a waste of who you are.
Kurt Cobain

47. I never lose. I win or learn.
Nelson Mandela

48. A diplomat is a man who thinks twice before saying nothing.
Winston Churchill

49. If you want money, ask for advice; if you want advice, ask for money.
Peter Hero

50. When the roots are deep, there is no fear of the wind.

51. Think in the morning. Take action at noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep at night.
William Blake

52. Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.
Aristotle

53. Everything is beautiful, but not everyone sees it.
Confucius

54. Justice? You get justice in the hereafter. In this world you have the law.
William Gaddis

55. Nothing is as precious as freedom and nothing as valuable as trust.

56. Dreams only work when you do.
John C. Maxwell

57. Don't be discouraged. Often it is the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.

58. You won't lose your work if you show your child the rainbow. But the rainbow doesn't wait for you to finish work.
Chinese proverb

59. Be careful with your words, they can only be forgiven, not forgotten.

60. Don't be afraid to walk slowly, just be afraid to stop.
Chinese wisdom

61. Everyone says destroy what destroys you, right? Well what if the thing that's destroying you is yourself.

62. Be proud of yourself, nobody but you knows how much strength, tears, courage and trust it cost you to be where you are now.
Marianna Jermakova

63. A bad grade is just one letter in the essay of life.
Lee Drake

64. Sometimes we expect more from others because we would be willing to give as much for them.

65. If you want something to be said, ask a man; if you want something to happen, ask a woman.
Margaret Thatcher

66. It is easier to rule a nation than to raise four children.
Winston Churchill

67. Where there is love, there is also life.
Mahatma Gandhi

68. If you don't look at the small, you fail because of the big.
Laotse

69. Cowards never start. The weak never get there. Winners never give up.

70. The point is not to give life more years, but to give the years more life.

71. There are only two mistakes one can make on the way to the truth: don't go all the way and don't start.
Buddha

72. Everything will be fine. Maybe not today, but someday.

73. Jobs fill your pockets, but adventure fill your soul.
Jaime Lyn

74. I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.

75. Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work that most people don't realize.
Ann Landers

76. Life chooses paths for you that you wouldn't even think of, that there might be a destination for you.

77. If you keep going you will not regret it, if you give up you will do it.

78. The jewel of heaven is the sun, the jewel of the house is the child.
Chinese wisdom

79. My father said there are two kinds of people in the world: give and take. The takers may eat better, but the givers sleep better.
Marlo Thomas

80. We Russians have no proverbs. We have vodka and misery.
Pierre Bezukhov

81. The shortest words, namely “yes” and “no”, require the most thought.
Pythagoras of Samos

82. Whoever tries to bring you down is already under you.
Boona Mohammed

83. Pain is temporary. Giving up takes forever.

84. Knowledge speaks. Wisdom listens.

85. Be yourself, everyone else is already taken.
Oscar Wilde

86. Sometimes you can find what you are looking for. You don't always look for what you find and you find something that you weren't looking for at all and then you are surprised to find that it was exactly what you were missing.

87. Do not let anyone who does not know your worth tell you how much you are worth.

88. The only real enemies of a person are his own negative thoughts.

89. If you use violence to get your ideas through, your ideas are worthless.

90. What you have, many can have. But nobody can be what you are.

91. No fire can match the sunshine on a winter day.
Henry David Thoreau

92. You have to think carefully about what you want. It could happen that you get it.

93. Your brain will give you reasons why you can't. Your heart will give you reasons why you can. Listen to your heart!

94. The last page is a perfect excuse to write a new book.
Toni Sorenson

95. Don't let others define you or they will choose the worst word in the dictionary.

96. Our eyes alone tell stories that words could never tell.
Babbar Sher

97. The real man smiles in a tight spot, gathers strength from adversity and becomes courageous through reflection.
Thomas Paine

98. Problems are not stop signs, they are signposts.
Robert H. Schuller

99. The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
Lao Tzu

100. I haven't failed, I just found 10,000 ways that don't work.
Thomas Edison

What is wisdom and how do you define it?

If you search for the term “wisdom” on Wikipedia, you will be told that wisdom is the deep understanding of contexts and the meaningful solution of problems. These mostly relate to nature, life and society.

So it's about understanding things, judging them and dealing with them. This principle or philosophy can be applied to a great deal in everyday life. The nice thing about it is that you are not the first person on earth and you can therefore fall back on many wisdoms that humanity has produced. As here, too, you don't have to reinvent the wheel, you just have to learn to use it properly. And very important: you have to know that it even exists.

Profound wisdom to think about

Some wisdoms are really profound. When you hear quotes like “Change your thoughts and you will change your world” from Norman Vincent Peale for the first time, it can quickly happen that the saying is not really taken seriously. Most of humanity would certainly do this. However, those who do not and take a few minutes will find that this profound wisdom can determine or change their lives. Both positive and negative.

Your thoughts control your life. It often takes many years to come to this conclusion. It doesn't click for everyone and comes up with this denominator. Many are stuck in the daily routine and have come to terms with the fact that it is just the way it is. In contrast, profound wisdom like that of Norman Vincent Peale shows that there is another way.

Unfortunately, it is often the case that you are in your comfort zone and life is OK. “Others do exactly the same, then that's good for me too.” Many think and accept the status quo. Very few people think outside the box and think about what you actually do. Life offers so much more, you just have to get it. So grab the next piece of wisdom, go to a quiet place where you feel good and think about it a little. Maybe it is the first step towards a better and more pleasant future.

The right wisdom at the right time

There is appropriate wisdom for every emotional or life situation. Whether love, spirit, finances or the top topic life - there are numerous pieces of wisdom for every situation that can help you. Not everyone is always useful or able to help. This is due to the different framework conditions that everyone has. However, every saying, quote or saying often contains a certain wisdom or core message that needs to be fathomed. It is often worth taking a break and thinking about your current situation.

Every phase of life has its advantages, you just have to know how to understand them and be able to deal with them. That is probably the art of living - adapting and changing.

More wisdom = more joy

The wiser a person, the happier he is. That is a claim that may sound strange now, but wisdom creates a certain inner calm. It is the experience and the attitude towards life that gives us confidence and makes us more relaxed. As already mentioned, the definition of wisdom is the understanding of contexts and the meaningful solution of challenges or problems.

If a person has a corresponding routine in dealing with problems, he becomes safer and at the same time more relaxed. If you take the example that a car keeps causing costs due to the fact that it wears out, then there are two reactions:

The first: You get excited that it breaks and just complain.

The second: You come to the realization that it is completely normal.

The first reaction is completely normal and everyone is sure to know it. Over time, however, you will experience the second reaction. You learn that it is inevitable and react accordingly because you have understood the context. However, very few people understand what sounds so easy here. Things like washing machines, vacuum cleaners or computers break down at some point. They grind and give up the ghost. That’s the way things are.

This knowledge ensures that we deal with it differently, reduce stress and consequently enjoy life more - because we understand it better. Sometimes things are not as complicated as we think, often it can be reduced to very simple principles.

Why intelligent people are not automatically wise

Not every intelligent person is automatically wise. Many clever people had good grades, great certificates and a great résumé at school, but hardly have any wisdom. Life is not just about knowing how something works, but also about how to use it. Just because you know that 2 + 2 = 4 will not always write the 4. Everyone knows smoking is not healthy, but many do. So it's also about finding the way and treading it. It's just a shame when people with potential don't use it.

When are you intelligent? Defining intelligence is not necessarily easy. The reason for this is that there are no precise guidelines. In general it is said that it is a person's cognitive ability, but it cannot be standardized. Of course there are numerous tests that you can do on the internet, but what are they supposed to say in the end? Depending on the experience you have gained, you may be a little better in one area or the other, but it does not shape your life. If I'm not good at spatial imagination, then maybe I'm just lacking the appropriate practice.

That is why wisdom is so important

Wisdom is a kind of solution to a problem. Depending on how you take it, they are also a solution. A very good example is this quote:

When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.

Viktor E. Frank

Projecting this thought onto an everyday example such as making money, one can draw the following conclusions. If I do a job that a lot of people can do, I make little money. That is the situation that cannot be changed. But if I do further training, I change my level of knowledge and there are automatically fewer who can do my job. That’s how I make more money.

Often the answer to a question that is important to us is presented to us on a silver platter in the form of wisdom, one just has to understand it and implement it accordingly.

Where does all this wisdom come from?

Often these come from well-known personalities or they are proverbs that are generally used. Every country and culture has its own wisdom. People who like to be quoted are for example Albert Einstein, Buddha or Confucius. Because of their popularity, their wisdom is accordingly widespread.

But Buddhist, Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Latin wisdom are also very popular. This is mostly due to the fact that these "cultures" have existed for a very long time and can have had corresponding experiences.

When are these often used?

They typically go very well with birthdays and weddings, but they are also popular on social networks such as Facebook. You can insert it as a WhatsApp status message or decorate your PC background image with it. They are also welcomed by entrepreneurs and startups. They try to maintain their motivation and avoid mistakes. So no matter what you do, wise sayings are never wrong in life.