I am at the age of forty-six now. However, it did not take me to get a specific age to acquire particular knowledge.
I gained wisdom early on within my youth. I knew what life was about by the age of twelve.
I was born with spiritual and intellectual gifts that made me wise in ways that certain people did not appreciate. Those who were not on the level themselves who gave off negative energy.
I knew things outside the ordinary range, beyond the normal sensory range of contact/area. I had the faculty to perceive things or events in the past, present, and future.
I have enhanced by learning extra, but I already knew much of what I know now that many people take years to learn through age, and by their own personal experience. Through experience within things some people still do not grasp on correctly and they walk through life with false perception and misrepresentation of life factors.
I had a lot of problems with negative people growing up because I was bright.
However, I do not understand why certain people thought that because they did not know particular things when they were younger that I was not supposed to either while I was at a young age.
People have a tendency to generalize and to reflect their inadequacies or insecurities onto others, especially when the aspect is common to them.
Some people do not want to accept another person who is younger than them to know more or just as much as they do because of ego or reasons of bias.
In fact, I knew more than they did in regard to particular matters within their older age. If I tried to correct an older person when they made an error, or tried to explain where I was coming from, they would react nasty or disdainful.
Not all people reacted within this fashion toward me only a “specific type”.
When I was younger there were positive people who told me and my mother that they were nowhere near the level that we was on when they were at my age.
I have been called unique, rare, strange, brilliant, and crazy (by jealous people). I don’t care. To me, I am just a spiritual person having a human experience continuing to grow on my journey in trusting and understanding my purpose and relationship with God.
I was always ahead of my time, advanced in ways that came without anyone having to teach me.
My mother and I were able to teach ourselves as youngsters. When we went to school, we exceled in the subjects we were strong in.
School did not make us smart, though, we were already adept to begin with.
Yes. One can be self-taught within a lot of things, especially within life experience.
School does not necessarily make one bright.
Education is the process of learning, acquiring knowledge of or skill in something by study, encounter, or being taught. The setting is irrelevant when things are ascertained.
I know plenty of people who attended school who are not smart.
Intelligence is something one is born with.
Knowledge or information is gained, and comes through and within various forms.
It is whether or not one is able to grasp what they learn.
As a person, and as an adult, I have never treated one inferior just because they were younger. I never tried to use my age as a weapon.
Just because one is older does not necessarily make one wiser.
There are young people who can teach an older person something just as there are older people who can teach the young many things.
I don’t consider myself to know everything at all. And I am definitely not the smartest person in the world. I am ahead within the gifts I possess, and I have a lot of knowledge, but I don’t want to know everything. I just know I have a heightened sense and connection to a realm within life that I was always familiar with.
Acknowledging our capabilities is not an expression of conceit or an exaggerated opinion of oneself when one is level-headed and logical. God wants us to be aware of who we are and the things that he equipped within us to have and accomplish to show his glory. Within our ability is a sample of God’s incredibility.
I write this as an encouragement to those who have been mistreated by older folks that have a tendency to manipulate, corrupt, hold-back, or mislead, because they cannot stand to see a younger individual who did not mess up or get caught into the same perils of life they once did.
Instead of being an example to cheer one on, they would rather drag another down as that younger person may have been a reminder of all they could have been, or wanted to be at one time or another in life.
We are blessed with certain gifts that God bestows upon us and some of us are anointed at a very young age.
God makes no mistakes. Do not let anyone tell you what you are not, what you do not know, or what you are not capable of doing.
When God enables us for his intention no one can disable us through attempting to bring about our suspension.