Most important: Intelligence, Kindness, or Humor?
I used to think intelligence was the most important trait. Later in life, I decided kindness was.
After this election year debacle, I suspect both are equally important and that a sense of humor probably is way up there with them, because it can free us to see ourselves honestly. Age doesn’t automatically bring wisdom, but it often brings humor which can be the beginning of self-honesty. And once that happens, you empty your pockets of all those stones you are tempted to throw at others. And that’s the beginning of wisdom.
Kiddos! We ALL see through the glass of our limited perception darkly (imperfectly)! Quick! Get rid of the temptation of those stones before they come back to haunt you.
Posted on August 18, 2016, in discernment, evolution, Forgiveness, Gifts of Age, Humor, Judging, Love, Personality, Political, spiritual growth, Truth in humor and tagged Humor, humor the beginning of self-honesty, intelligence, judge not, kindness, self-honesty the key to wisdom, stones as boomerangs. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.