MY EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE-PART 2
Fellow hubbers in Part 1 of this series of Hubs I promised to present my real life examples of wisdom. I wanted to impart to my total educational experience, and real life experiences in wisdom. I’m disclosing my real world common sense education on how to get along, and work with people in all my endeavors. Without the help of others we are nothing. My father, G. Kenneth Whitworth taught me this lesson!!!
REAL LIFE EXAMPLES
My dear late father always said,” Tom, in order to get along in this world you must be truthful, and straightforward with others in everything you ever do.” I always listened to Dad’s advice, and tried to apply the lessons he taught me. I believe in being truthful in all my endeavors. Dad’s advice about truthfulness and straightforwardness were the wisdom he imparted to me.
One example of employing this wisdom is always looking a person straight in the eyes, and telling them the straight truth. I have found it hard to trust a person who lies to hide their agenda. If a person won’t tell you the truth, the whole truth, and all the truth, then it’s very hard to trust them. I don’t mean that you should be over bearing, and hurt the feeling of others in everyday life, but I mean in important things we undertake the truth is the only acceptable policy!!!!!!!! Dad was very good in giving me advice and it has served me well all through my life!!!!!!!!!!!
Another example imparted to me by my dear late mother, Barbara May Whitworth, nee Kimberly of employing this wisdom is always defending your family no matter what they do. My Mom was my teacher in this real life example of wisdom as she was the original momma grizzly cub mother. Sarah Palin didn’t invent this affectation. I remember when our next-door neighbor Mrs. Miller called me a thing and Mom flew after her and called her some names I won’t repeat here but they were doozies!!!!!!!!! Some teen-age boys had pushed me through Mrs. Miller’s hedges and this was one time I wasn’t guilty of a thing, but that didn’t matter to Mom. Her unconditional love would have propelled her into action anyway. Don’t mess with a momma grizzly they will tear you apart in the blink of an eye!!!!!!!!!!
In Part 3, I will tell you of other real life examples of wisdom and learning I have gained from family and friends in my journey throughout my life. My big brother, Kimmie and big sister, Barbette were great influences on my wisdom and learning and I really miss them. They’re in heaven with Mom and Dad and I know they’re all watching me and I’ll have to answer to them even before I get a chance to answer to The Creator.
That is if you want to hear them, just let me know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!