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NorseChief NorseChief 26-30, M 14 Answers Jan 10, 2013 in Community

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No and yes. The age gives you the better opportunity to acquire wisdom.

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I have met many wise yougn souls, age does help in acceptance and coping skills

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Age can give you more opportunity for wisdom. Looking at society, I don't see many wise people, regardless of age.

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Try find out King Solomons age when he became wise:-P

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No. Older people think they know more but look at the world. This is their fault.

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What if people from their generation pointed the finger at the generation before them?

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Wisdom is intelligence and experience refined, so age is a factor.

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Sort of. Wisdom can come from either: age which means you're likely to have experienced more or being very insightful.

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Something has somewhat gone awry in the evolutionary scale of things

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Not always. You would think the older you are, the wiser you would be, but the only reason why it is thought to be that way is because the older you are, the more experience the person has. I think experience has more to do with wisdom and maturity than age does.

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ew.....umm.......I'm still working on that one.

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Yes, it does appear so. However, often it is actually 'do not bother' attitude instead...

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Not always but a lot of times it works out that way.

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