Intelligence, Wisdom, Knowledgeableness (yes, this is a word!) and Maturity.

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    Jul 13, 2008 6:02 PM GMT
    1)Differentiate the above traits. Use illustrations where possible.
    2)Which do you deem the the most superior trait?
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    Jul 13, 2008 6:34 PM GMT
    1)

    Intelligence:

    Guy can learn how to operate spaceship and fly to the moon.

    Wisdom:

    Guy knows flying to the moon is useless. Real journey is inside the astronaut.

    Knowledgeableness:

    Guy knows everything about the spaceship and the moon. Go ahead, ask him.

    Maturity:

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    2) Intelligence

    I may not know how to operate a spaceship yet, but I sure can learn.

    I may not know going to the moon is useless yet, but I will learn that later.

    I may not know everything about the spaceship and the moon yet, but I'll learn by reading all the goddamn books about it.

    I may not be as old as John Glenn but I'll get there. icon_cool.gif
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    Jul 13, 2008 6:44 PM GMT
    Intelligence: capacity to learn and understand
    Knowledge: sum of obtained learning
    Wisdom: proper and prudent application of knowledge and intelligence

    Superior trait: humor.
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    Jul 13, 2008 10:29 PM GMT
    Sedative said1)

    Intelligence:

    Guy can learn how to operate spaceship and fly to the moon.

    TGP says - Not so easy to do!

    Wisdom:

    Guy knows flying to the moon is useless. Real journey is inside the astronaut.

    TGP says - There are many real journeys and the one to the moon is just as real as the inner journey. Stuff this Deepak Chopra hogwash :-)

    Knowledgeableness:

    Guy knows everything about the spaceship and the moon. Go ahead, ask him.

    TGP Says - One has fifty male lovers in a harem that follow One like cats to nip.

    Maturity:

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    2) Intelligence

    I may not know how to operate a spaceship yet, but I sure can learn.

    TGP Says - your cute, but don't overestimate your ability or underestimate the difficulty of flying a spacecraft.

    I may not know going to the moon is useless yet, but I will learn that later.

    TGP Says - St. Paul had his vision on the road to Damascus, not sitting on his ass in Jerusalem. Go on, go to the moon, you might find it useful yet.

    I may not know everything about the spaceship and the moon yet, but I'll learn by reading all the goddamn books about it.

    TGP Says - What do you call 1000 MBA's at the bottom of the Ocean? A good beginning.

    I may not be as old as John Glenn but I'll get there. icon_cool.gif


    TGP Says - My middle name is Glenn - guess who I am named after.
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    Jul 13, 2008 10:31 PM GMT
    ursamajor said TGP Says - My middle name is Glenn - guess who I am named after.


    Glenn Close?
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    Jul 13, 2008 10:35 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    ursamajor said TGP Says - My middle name is Glenn - guess who I am named after.


    Glenn Close?


    No Cigar
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    Jul 14, 2008 12:58 AM GMT
    John Glenn
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    Jul 14, 2008 9:53 AM GMT
    Glenn Miller?
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    Jul 14, 2008 9:54 AM GMT
    Oh wait, I got it!

    Glenda the Good Witch! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 14, 2008 10:48 AM GMT
    Intelligence: has to do with the innate ability a man has in problem solving and in obtaining the next trait which is >>>
    Knowledge: the amt of facts and details obtained during the process of learning
    Wisdom: The sum total of knowledge and life experience

    The most superior? Is Mental agility which is better termed as wit