I have a 990 KB text file I wrote of wisdom I learned from God. No one asks me to hear what God teaches me, but I share anyway because it will do good for them. Is this OK? Does wisdom always need to be solicited, or are relevant wise statements always presumed to be socially acceptable?
Several comments here recommended that I write a blog. Look, of all the wisdom I have chosen to share, here is a man who sees more than I do: https://haginjohn.wordpress.com/
The information is available and in the minds of so many people, but how many among them actually want to know? Have you proven in your actions that you value wisdom enough to seek it out? But why should someone tell me how to handle wisdom if they don't even like it? If you are proving to me with your own words that you do not base your actions upon wisdom, you have no right to tell me anything about wisdom; speak for yourself, if you can! Because in the end of the day, everyone is held accountable for their own words and decisions and actions, whether wise or foolish, whether good or evil. Where is all the wisdom you gained from your experiences? If a man does not pay attention enough during his own lifetime to learn for himself what is right, he has no right to guide another. But there is one more fact most people choose to ignore: all wisdom comes from what God says. But arrogance in the heart would have you ignore that wisdom also!
Or how can a civilization be built upon rotted soil? How can stackexchange thrive if there is no place for wisdom? Is wisdom appropriate in situations where it is only rejected? Think: is it appropriate to sow expensive seeds on gravel? That would be considered foolish, not wise, even by those who have by their own mouths condemned themselves as cruel -- "Therefore I tell you that the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to a people who will produce its fruit." -- so yes, wisdom is always appropriate, but there are those who absolutely hate it and as soon as they see it will say and do anything they can in the most surreptitious and deceitful way to hinder its progress, as thieves and murderers who stab a person in the back in secret and then abscond before the authorities arrive. I dare you to prove to yourself that this is a solid foundation for philosophers.
Had they known the love that awaits them, they would never turn to evil. But the liar has control over their minds and prohibits all understanding because he loves deceit and sows deceit; how can a person understand by ignoring truth? Yet not one of you asks for truth. Why did I bother asking you for a proper judgement?
Look how you ask to be judged. Look how you want to fight. Look how you want to argue yet fear being disproven. There is no place for wisdom here, except to say this which you have already rejected: if anyone wants to understand all things, they must listen to Jesus Christ alone. But you would rather make this an ego fight because in your minds, it is all about you, not wisdom, nor philosophy. I am not worth the time or consideration of the author of wisdom; and you dishonor him, so how can you know his love? Does a murderer or thief know the love of the person they have murdered or from whom they have stolen?
If anyone, in any situation, truly wants wisdom and understanding, then God will make them find it. "Seek and you will find. Ask and it will be given to you..." But in every situation I have a choice to make: do I share wisdom now or do I keep quiet? If you've never shared nor accepted wisdom, how can you advise me according to your own experiences? Stop making things up and make a right judgement! Yet my saying this causes anger instead of understanding. How can you understand anything if all you do is become angry when hearing wisdom?
So it is better to share love; and everyone can see God's blood on the Cross. "The will look upon the one they pierced." And in seeing love will a person also see wisdom.