Fandango’s Provocative Question 2

I’m happy you are continuing this series!

What do you think is more useful: intelligence or wisdom, and why to you feel that way?”

I have definite opinions on this. Of course intelligence is important and useful, but I think practical experience is better to survive in the everyday, therefore I choose wisdom. It is like common sense, you may have a college degree but can you change a tire without calling AAA?? Life skills are important and not taught…another positive for community colleges that offer these courses…Can you balance a checkbook? Can you write a resume or a personal or business letter? Can you use the phone properly? Can you look up anything for yourself in a library or rely on Google or Wikipedia for your information? Do you read newspapers or rely on the latest updates on your device of choice? The rise in technology for everything isn’t letting you use your brain, it does it for you, it even thinks for you. How many under twenty people do you know that cannot “live” without their cell phones or tablets? As always, just my opinion.

Fandango’s Provocative Question #2

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7 thoughts on “Fandango’s Provocative Question 2

  1. I’m over 20 — way, way over 20 — and I sometimes feel like I can’t live without my iPhone. Damn, so much for my having gained a whole lot of wisdom after all these years…I mean decades. 🤔

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