If we want to develop as people, (have a good job, decent quality of life, stability), we need to know: the more deeply we know the stronger our foundation and can grow higher.
Will there be any connection between the deep knowledge of our personality and the ability to develop better?
The reasoning is tempting when I'm possessed by a very convincing comparison: to build a building, depending on the hardness of the ground, the well depth of the foundation must retain a certain proportion to height.
For this benefit, let's put aside the fact whether a building will have its foundations on solid ground, on sand or rock. Those who do not finish the race architecture, (because not even started), we believe that high regard is a building, the deeper should be the foundation.
Without going so far, we think that the roots of the trees bear a certain proportion to the height you are able to achieve: the tallest trees have deeper roots and expanded.
These considerations trees and tall buildings, we could add the feature of the winds that often sweep to one and all. We may also take into account the seismic activity.
To not go too far, you might think that there are conditions that require citizens to develop some skills without which they would not be fit for living in each market.
Similarly, depending on the quality of soil, winds, earthquakes, the architects of each region shall I give high buildings of certain characteristics (competence, qualities), without which it could collapse.
This leads me to the following conclusion: if we want to develop as people (have a good job, decent quality of life, stability) we need to know: the more deeply we know the stronger our foundation and higher it can grow.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Profundizar para crecer.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.190)