April 24, 2013

Reflections: An Important Criteria to develop wisdom

May be we all had been denying the importance of reflections and blogs in the beginning of this course and were unhappy to do this extra task be rewarded marks for this activity because, some people are good at explaining their thoughts and learnings where as others might not be that good at writing it down. But after getting used to this routine of blogging and reflecting on daily activities, I am constantly improving myself. In class seminar today, we had a philospohical discussion on wisdom, how to develop it and what criteria plays the most important role in its development. No doubt experiences and observations come in mind at first but experience can be of many types and can relate to many things that may not necessarily develop wisdom. A person having an exposure to different parts of world, had interaction with different people belonging to different culture might not be as wise as a person having no experience but observes more, reflects on those observations and learn from those observations. So I am now understanding the importance of reflective writing and I will maintain this habit of doing reflections in future to learn constantly and improve myself.

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