Learning to Live Week 4: Seeking Knowledge and Wisdom
At this point, you are becoming more used to your writing assignments and starting to realize the benefit of putting pen to paper. The more time you spend in self-reflection, the greater the benefit to you.
- Have you ever been interested in exploring your family origins?
- In what ways do you look outside of yourself for knowledge and wisdom?
- List some ways you can start to look inside yourself for knowledge and wisdom.
Seeking knowledge and wisdom is a very individual choice, and it is not my place to tell you which path to take. The action for this week is to keep your eyes, ears and heart open, and if you hear about something you wish to explore, please do so with your eyes and heart open.
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Madisyn Taylor is the co-founder of the online website DailyOM.com and spends too much time on the Internet. She's also a best-selling author; her books include DailyOM Inspirational Thoughts for a Happy, Healthy and Fulfilling Day (Hay House 2008) and DailyOM Learning to Live (Hay House 2010).
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