“Wisdom” has become an intangible amenity in our daily lives like food, water and shelter because like taking a bath on a regular routine we are compelled to replenish our motivational levels. Humans are peculiar beings. We hardly endure advice and regular doses of wisdom from them in our childhood and later hunt for them on social media platforms when life hits us hard.
Let’s presume, out of the blue, your kid is wise beyond his age. Any parent will be the first to feel happy because of the hope that their child will be capable of handling life without much force. Agreed! Being wise beyond age is an admirable trait but what most parents fail to understand is the psychology behind this, that pains turn a person more mature, wise and spiritual.
I may not be 100 percent right but chances of this occurrence is high. My humble request to all parents is, if you find your kid speaking words wise beyond his age, you will need to find if he is undergoing any trouble like bullying at school, bothered by domestic violence, affected by your austerity, lacking attention, etc. Not all kids are capable of understanding that they are being cornered or bullied because of their innocence. On account of failure to realize this, they are likely to be pushed to being a loner. Like any normal human being, they cover themselves with the guise of being a “good wise kid” to hide their feelings.
Wise is beautiful but it has a meaning in disguise too!