Wednesday, April 13, 2016

A-Z Challenge Letter K

K is for knowledgeable. Being knowledgeable, means to have knowledge. What you do with the knowledge you have is up to you.

You can share your knowledge in the form of teaching. You can use your knowledge to build a business. You can use your knowledge to tell stories (write books). Knowledge has many uses. Use your knowledge to become a doctor, nurse, or other medical personnel. Use your knowledge to become a police officer, firefighter, service personnel.

It can be used for good. To volunteer what you know to help others get ahead. You can use your knowledge to make life better for the people around you. Create a charity, provide food or shelter for the homeless. Reach out to the people who are shut-in.

On the flip side, you can use knowledge for the not so good. You can set up a con to cheat people out of money, property, or other goods. You can use your knowledge to ridicule others.

How you use your knowledge speaks about your character and the type of person you are. Use your knowledge wisely. Make the best choices.



  1. So true! Wisdom is what we do with the knowledge we have. Helping others is the very best choice of all!
    from Josie's Journal

    1. Thanks, Josie. I try to do this all the time with writing. I also do it with other knowledge I have when I volunteer.


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