Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by Tedman"Xp", Apr 17, 2002.
What do you understand by "Let's cultivate wisdom through literature?
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Seek wisdom through literature.
I suppose it's like all forms of knowledge, they are supposed to lead to wisdom, ja?
Let's grow knowledge through literature
not that difficult! The more we write, the more we read, the more insightful we'll become.
A lot of people have committed a lot of thoughts to paper over the years. Some of them were interesting thoughts. The more you read, the more likely you are to encounter such thoughts. A lot of people don't think interesting thoughts. It either takes a good brain, lots of reading and a bit of luck, or a combination of the two to get someone's brain doing nifty things. So, more reading = more chance of the brain-cogs starting to tick over! But then just sitting there thinking about stuff should do the same trick.
I don't think that just reading something enables someone to thouroughly understand it. for someone to truly learn a concept they must put the idea, practice, whatever into application.
Literature is our collective database. Learn from other's mistakes, triumphs and Epiphanies. Also for me personally, its a lot easier to think through a thought if you write it down, and once you do there it is, concrete proof of that thought.
"Let's grow knowledge through literature
not that difficult! The more we write, the more we read, the more insightful we'll become."
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