Do You Practice Wisdom In Relationships!

Do You Practice Wisdom In Relationships!

To have wisdom in relationships is not that difficult, you just have to be aware of the other person and their feeling like you would want to be treated.

Having wisdom in relationships is not something to overlook. There are different types of relationships, some are with the family, others with friends and others with school or work.  Bottom line is that wisdom in relationships is not optional.

A wonderful way of gaining wisdom besides reading books or watching videos it to pray, that is right, pray and read God’s word! When you and I pray and read, we are tapping into the wisdom of God.

Acquiring wisdom in relationships come in many different ways, the easiest I way I would say would be to learn the wisdom from others who already have gone through problems of their own, and now have so-called expertise in knowing what went wrong and what they would have done differently. 

The other way to acquire wisdom in relationships is much more painful but usually, a person can learn from it quicker, that way would be called learning from their own experience by the way of mistakes and failures.

Relationships are often the hardest ships to sail.  That is why gaining wisdom is so very critical to seek. ~ Bill Greguska


Here are some helpful links:


It Takes Time An Effort To Get Wisdom For Relationships!


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Principles To Find Wisdom In Relationships:

  1. Get the facts before answering.
  2. Make sure you hear both sides of the story before judging.
  3. Be open to new ideas.  

All three principles center around seeking more information, this is difficult work, but the only alternative is prejudice – judging before getting the facts and going on what someone has said, this is an all too familiar scenario (he said, she said). Go to the source. By following these three principles, failed marriages, friendships, and healthy relationships can be prevented. Mike Hayden


Wisdom In Relationships Comes When You Ask God!



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The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are Hard work, Stick-to-itiveness, and Common sense. Thomas A. Edison

Matthew 7:12 So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.