Wisdom will multiply your days and add years to your life. – Proverbs 9:11 (NLT)
As seen above, longevity is one of the benefits of wisdom. Wisdom is an inroad to multiple days and long life. Being wise helps you to make wise decisions in areas of your health, body care, and personal hygiene, among other important physical and emotional factors that will yield long-term benefits. Some of these benefits include robust health, agile body and balanced living.
Wisdom comes to play in making choices as to what to consume, in what quantity, at what time, and what frequency. In addition, wisdom is responsible for the discipline of choosing to do stretching but high-yield activities over pleasurable but low-benefit ones. The length of days that wisdom adds to one derives from tough decisions, informed choices and screened indulgence.
Wisdom is a key factor in your making decisions and outlining action plan that will prove beneficial to your wellbeing in the short, medium and long term. In addition to availing you long life, wisdom also helps you to make the most of your days. Wisdom helps you become productive within the confines of time, and on a daily basis. Loafing and idling time away are foolishness, not wisdom. Wisdom is both proactive and productive. A wise person is an achiever who is able to appraise the resources at his disposal and manage the variables to a fruitful effect.
Wisdom also has a bearing on long life by reducing the risk of making rash decisions that could prove disastrous and increase the chances of high blood pressure. Wisdom thrives on following the course of peace and harmony, both of which are important for productivity and longevity.
You will succeed in Jesus Name!