KMbeing

Knowledge Mobilization (KMb): Multiple Contributions & Multi-Production Of New Knowledge

Today’s Knowledge Inspiration: Knowledge Starts With Self-Reflection

There is knowledge in every person. It only needs to be recognized by yourself as powerful knowledge that can contribute to making a difference in making this world a better place. Do you limit your knowledge by throwing it away in a selfish little world of doubt and grievances by complaining about the world – or do you use your knowledge to share with others – and learn from others – to contribute to improving the world?

I may seem a little harsh on the people who spend their time whining and complaining that life isn’t fair and that there’s nothing they could possibly do to improving the world, but when you consider how much more many complain without taking action – such harshness is warranted. Every person’s knowledge can be turned into action to make this world a better place to live in. It all comes down to how we choose to use our knowledge.

There is so much to do in this world and so many ways to share our knowledge in every single conversation we have with someone else.  And we don’t always have to be actively contributing knowledge – sometimes taking quiet moments to reflect on our own lives and how we fit into this world to make it a better place is one of the best things we can do for ourselves and others. 

We all have knowledge and we all have a purpose for being here. One of our most important tasks is sharing our knowledge with others that serves other human beings – even in some small way. Knowledge starts with self-reflection and becomes significant when it moves into active use for others.

Life is about sharing our knowledge with each other.  Each of us gets one chance – one life to fit into the bigger picture of this world we all live in.  When my life is over I want to look back and say – I did all I could to learn much from the knowledge of others and I did all I could to share my own knowledge to improve this world – even in some small way.

I don’t want to look back and think about  how much I sat around and complained. I want to look back and say I took some responsibility to make our humanity more loving and accepting of every person on this earth. I want to say – I chose to use knowledge wisely for myself and for others.

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