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True Wisdom

Socrates said that true wisdom only comes when we understand that we do not know everything, (I am paraphrasing). The individuals who believe they know everything are usually the people no one likes. Both the narcissist and sociopath believe they have superior intelligence. Yet, they tend to fail in life and in having a career. They are the type of people who correct other individuals vocabulary and grammar. Sadly, they are not always accurate. The one common factor I have noticed in the legal field that anytime I am required to work with a professor or person with a Phd every dealing becomes difficult. This is also true with the narcissist. For one simple issue, they may send as many as ten emails. Then, if I have the gaul to explain that it is not acceptable in the legal field, they send even more emails. I usually end up giving them to the attorney because for every minute they speak to him it costs them money. What they do forget is that it also costs to email or speak to the paralegal. Many of the individuals who were in the movie, “The Secret,” continue to seek true wisdom and not only improve themselves but offer free videos on YouTube and Facebook to help others. Most of these individuals in that movie read everyday and find ways to steadily improve themselves. The average person may try, or they may see that these coaches are the new fad and will watch their videos for a while, but then they will revert back to whomever they always were. In life true wisdom is essential. We all should try to improve who we are everyday in everyway even if we are having a bad day. In one of my books, not yet published, book seven, “The New Library,” I emphasize the value of reading. That was the primary reason I began writing children’s books. I wanted to give children the opportunity to read books with adventures without violence, weapons, politics, monsters, or anything negative. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website www.goodgusbooks.com along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books is coming soon!

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