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Dr.. Marcel Guinette
It is easy for us, when raising a topic or an issue, to say “we know”. On the other hand, the question is, what do you know? How did you come to this knowledge?
Unfortunately, sometimes these statements based on ignorance or modest knowledge lead us to a problem or a misunderstanding.
Therefore, we have to realize that we are not fully aware of the affairs of life, nor all scientific and cultural specializations.
I remember in a family session with friends, she was a friend. Every time someone spoke about a topic or issue, she answered without hesitation, “Ask my husband, he knows everything.” This gave us not very good pictures of her husband and even herself. And how many of these are just the same, and the stories we see daily, and this behavior is not considered trust, but rather arrogance at times and foolishness of those present at other times.
Let us ask ourselves how often we are exposed in our daily lives to many questions, asking for an opinion, or interfering in a subject or issue, and we do not have the truth or the correct answer, so let us respect ourselves and say we apologize, I do not know, but I can ask the specialists in culture and science.
Knowledge does not come suddenly, knowledge accumulates from our birth to our death, and we do not have to know and know everything, because these are capabilities and interests.
Unfortunately, once again we notice in our societies that everyone knows and knows what they do not know and do not know.
There are types of knowledge, including personal, which is related to the life of the person himself, and tacit knowledge, which includes personal skills and abilities, and explicit knowledge, which is the realization and awareness that a person has acquired through experience, meditation, and action. And knowledge management we have to have appropriate strategies, means of technology and communication, personal life skills and mental abilities.
In order to reach the accumulation of knowledge over the years of our life, we must work within a methodology with clear goals, including experience. Our ancestors and our parents used to teach us from a young age, for example, not to approach the fireplace for fear of burning, but we insisted on approaching it to live the experience and learn, and we are teaching it to our children. Also, through observation, we accumulate knowledge, as well as knowledge by using our mind and analyzing various matters and issues within logic, proofs, and evidence. As for historical knowledge, we can obtain and master it from viewing, reading, and the facts that revolve around us, and learning from history.
In the end, we all have to work to increase our knowledge in specific topics and work to acquire skills that benefit us in our personal, scientific and practical lives, and no one possesses all the knowledge, and our self-respect must be at the top of the pyramid in our knowledge first of ourselves, what we want and how I have to maintain my image.