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

Knowledge To Share On An Amazing Planet Of Knowledge

 Each second we live (anywhere on this planet) is a new and unique moment for knowledge, a moment that will never happen again – and what do we teach our children? We teach them how to use knowledge for useless competition or hatred, and that knowledge can be used as a weapon to gain the upper hand in life rather than using knowledge as a means of connection or peace.

When will we teach children how they can use knowledge for social benefit?

What can we say to them about knowledge? Do you know how valuable your own knowledge is? Do you know how important it is to share your own knowledge?  You are unique.  In all the years that have passed or are yet to come, there will never be knowledge like yours to help make the world a better place. Are you sharing it?

You may become a knowledge leader – you have the capacity for achievement. You can become a knowledge broker – connecting the knowledge of others in this world.  Or you may be a knowledge user – able to pass along the knowledge you gain.

Your own knowledge is important – you are of value when you use knowledge for social benefit. When we grow up, so many people use knowledge to harm those who are also able to pass along knowledge. Do you use knowledge to create greater possibilities of knowledge for everyone?

There is knowledge work to be done – we must all do knowledge work – for social benefit. We must teach this to our children.

Individual knowledge sharing is valuable!  Each of us is an important knowledge person on an amazing planet of knowledge and future possibilities.  Do you give yourself credit for that?  Probably not – most of us don’t.  Your own knowledge has importance, but it has to be shared with others to change the world. That’s how we’ve come to create a world beyond mere fear and survival so far.

Even if you don’t become a knowledge leader, you can still become a great knowledge broker or user – as long as knowledge is shared.  Much of the knowledge shared has made this world a better place so far. If you don’t see sharing your own knowledge as valuable it can be very difficult to give yourself credit for being able to create a better world beyond your own life.

Many people’s struggles and hardships are a result of the way they see themselves and their own knowledge – the way other people have told them they are lacking for so long.  What they don’t seem to realize is that those other people have a very limited view of knowledge – a limited way of seeing the world and the potential for knowledge for social benefit.

Sharing knowledge is important.  Do you share your own knowledge and believe it can help make the world a better place?  It’s important to be able to do so if you’re to be able to live this life more fully and happily, and if you’re to be able to give to the rest of the world pieces of the knowledge that you have to continue to improve it for social benefit.  You must believe it. We may not all become knowledge leaders – but we all have knowledge to share.

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