Knowledge & Ego

Not any of us could possibly possess great knowledge with everything, each having in reality a vast number of weaknesses and a few strengths. A key to our success in relationship to others is to earnestly know the difference.

From our known and validated strengths, continue to offer and utilize your input that is drawn from continuous learning experiences to contribute.

From our known and obvious weaknesses, discontinue to offer your input until you could be certain it would promote a value. Here, there is a great deal more for you to learn before you would profess to add value.

Purveying a weakness among others is a definitive sign of stupidity that others will soon come to notice. Recognize this before you would offer a perspective, not after. Know the difference of a strength and a weakness for yourself through objective evaluation and feedback from others and act accordingly. Our ego should have no place in the evaluation.

“More the knowledge, lesser the ego. Lesser the knowledge, greater the ego.” — Albert Einstein —


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