OTHER WISDOM-RELATED RESOURCES
Wisdom-focused organizations, programs, and more
Wisdom Wheel. Referred to as "Bedrock Principles for
Daily Life," the wheel involves 36 "Natural and/or Spiritual
Laws" that "identify the common ground of values which
unite all cultures, creeds, and countries." Some
of The Wisdom Wheel materials are free; others are available via
For Sajid Khan's views on wisdom please google: 4th r foundation ein presswire.
presents a wide range of text, audio, and video resources to
help us "accummulate whatever
knowledge you deem useful and then use it to transform your personal
lives and the state of this planet for the better."
The Wisdom Blog
Much of value here by philosopher, author, teacher, and founder
of The Wisdom Academy, Christian de Quincey.
article: Wisdom This is the Wikipedia Encyclopedia article
Wisdom Commons "is an interactive website that seeks to elevate
our shared moral core, sometimes called universal ethics. It is a place
to find and discuss information about virtues..."
Wisdom Institute "supports the development of wisdom in people,
organizations, and communities..." Of special interest is their Wisdom
Resources section and Caroline
Bassett's insightful model
of wisdom. >
Project Resources is a page of links to a wide range of wisdom
resources compiled by Chad Osborne and OZ Associates.
is the web site (and forthcoming
book) of Elle
Allison. The focus is on "contemporary wisdom strategies for
transforming adversity into positive growth."
University offers a Masters level programs in "Wisdom Spirituality"
and "Indigenous Mind" as well as a Doctor of Ministry program.
In 2008 they will also offer a PhD program in "Wisdom Studies."
School of Wisdom was founded in 1920 by Count Hermann Keyserling,
and continues today largely via the Internet. Its emphasis "is
on current, pragmatic methods and procedures by which each person can
create their own answers to the great questions of life."
Wisdom Society focuses on practical wisdom and aims "to debate
in print, all controversial ideas with the objective of finding where
reasoned opinion lies."
Wisdom Conservancy describes itself as "a private nonprofit
organization established for the study of wisdom and community.
Philopsychy Society promotes "soul-loving in a variety of
forms, both in theory and in prectice, through the agency of the written
Senior's "Capturing your Life Wisdom" Workshops are
attempting to help people share their life wisdom in some way that makes
sense to them.
Wisdom Circle is a vehicle for "empathetic seniors"
over age 60 to provide "practical advice and guidance" to advice-seeking