Some things work best when they work together because the Bible says, Two are better than one because they have a good reward for their toil. Matthew 18:20 ES-V
A perfect example of that is when Knowledge: the fact or state of knowing, and Experience; the knowledge or practical wisdom gained from what one has observed, encountered, or undergone; join. When this happens, they create a marriage, seemly made in heaven.
Some of us cut up no matter what the circumstances, causing us to lose a part of our growth. The main reason is some of us do not respect the fact that the only source of knowledge is experience, whether we did it, heard it, or it happened to us. Once we can get over the ” I know it all,” and gain knowledge from experience, coupled with losing that hard head because of ignorance, success is only waiting in the wings.
Experience is knowledge: the more we experience, the more knowledgeable we become. But, insight enables us to recognize and take different approaches to the mistakes we may have experienced or have knowledge of; creating in us a learned ability to correct by not repeating old patterns that block our future.
Success comes to those who stay open-minded to new experiences. And not all, but most with a good education generally produce good experiences. We are just ordinary people, who may experience extraordinary opportunities through Jesus Christ, Our Lord, and Savior. Take advantage of them by letting today be one of those days.
For whatever reason we do what we do, it must be efficient in order for that thing to be effective unless doing things over and over is what you need to do things correctly. It’s our ability to learn from our experiences at our own pace, that create our successes in the long run.
When we recognize the importance of knowledge, and the experiences we gain from just being observant, we may realize that “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible. Audrey Hepburn
Thank you, Lord, for every breath. In Jesus, we pray.
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