5 Tips On How To Improve Erudition

“Without devotion, action and knowledge are cold and dry and many even become shackles.”

Mahatma Gandhi

The dictionary meaning of the word “erudition” is the quality of having or showing great knowledge or learning; scholarship. Being erudite plays a significant role in life. First of all, interesting information reveals different sides of life and make it more engaging. Secondly, if you are erudite, other people respect you for your knowledge and prefer to spend time with you because they can be inspired by your knowledge and motivate yourselves to be more informed.

  1. Define your area of interests. It is impossible to know all the information in the world, but it is always possible to become a professional in a specific area of interests. If you can find this area, it will be easier for you to find the necessary information.
  2. Be interested in classic poets and artists. In classic artworks, there is always a deep sense and wisdom. 
  3. Watch documentary films. Nowadays, films is an amazing opportunity to find out new information. So, if you want to be erudite, watch documentary films on a regularly base. 
  4. Read books. Books not only develop your imagination, but it is also a source of knowledge. Books develop your lexical vocabulary and improve your erudition.
  5. Find an example. Find someone who can inspire you to improve your erudition. It is always easier to do something when you are inspired.

Being erudite is good, but you should always understand why you want to be so well-informed. If you really want to know more, you will. But if it is only a desire to be “someone” in the eyes of others, think about why you need it? Follow your true goals and make your life happier. Erudition open your eyes and make your life brighter and if you want to find out what is life, you should develop your understanding of it by improving your erudition. 

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