Knowing the Difference between Wisdom and Intellect.
- From: Everen <everen@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 3 May 2012 06:20:21 -0700 (PDT)
Knowing and understanding fully the difference between wisdom and intellect.. As an experience Asian American, there are things money can buy (like paying US 1,700 dollars a/per day for advisory fees) and there are things that money cannot buy (like personal experiences expertise in life itself).
Ways………………..There are many ways, means and theories (ideas). But there is a difference of working or not working, good results, bad results and even no results at all. Which way is the best one must adhere and follow accordingly the BEST way one can act. Writing about electronically or even internet, I would like to emphasize the deepness and worthiness of valuable “tools” for readers, writers and thinkers alike.
Burma rulers (both past and present/regime and civil) had made tremendous mistakes that cost the nation and the people so dearly that that particular nation sinks to the bottom of the pit. All nations around her develops to an extent that Burma becomes the least developed, least knowledgeable and least skilled nation and although Burma is rich in natural resources, it is so damn poor in intellect and wisdom, the 2 components needed for a nation to become modern, skilled and advance.
Is Burma changing now? Well, I have to say YES (according to facts)! But to what extent? I don’t know about international concept but according to me Burma has develop at least in action and moves and laws and issues etc to 30% improvement. That is not even Burma is developing “half way” according to my standard. The UN had a standard, the US has a standard, so is UK and EU whatever their standard is but I as an Asian American, an individual, a free none Partisan (belongs to no political party affiliations in USA) but votes for whoever makes America strong everlasting vibrant nation regardless of Party affiliation (remember this year is the general election year for US). Is Burma strong politically, mentally, militarily and economically? I don’t think so but………….Burma has now turn at least 30degree to democratic institutions, foundations etc and THAT is good and brilliant news for a guy like me. I like positive moves. Burma is like an infant trying to walk like an adult now in democratic sense I mean. If Burma keeps on moving at the pace she is moving, Burma will become an adult able to walk by herself. Burma or Myanmar should I say needs “ample” time, a time to ‘reverse and amend” the things, clause and laws that is flawed done by half a century of dictatorship.
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