A child thinks they are making wise choices when we as adults know they aren’t. That is why we guide and push them in the right direction.

A teenager thinks they are making wise choices but they only listen to their peers. That is why we guide and push them in the right direction.

A young adult thinks they are making wise choices but they haven’t fully experienced life. That is why we guide and push them in the right direction.

Wisdom is something everyone can gain but we can’t get it through confirmation bias. We must look outside our own bubbles. This means to look across the political isle, look at people who live in other parts of the world, look for insights from other races, religions, and to always remain a student.

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