Scientists, philosophers, theologians, and laymen throughout history have long considered wisdom a hallmark of adult thinking. This week you will reflect on your own understanding of wisdom and the ways in which this understanding impacts you as an adult learner and an adult educator.Consider the following questions, keeping this week’s Learning Resources in mind. Specifically, review the readings about the structures and functions of the brain, wisdom, and how wisdom may be associated with memory, cognition, knowledge, prior experience, and the neurology of the brain. Also, consider what you learned from the video, “Attaining Wisdom, Part 1.”How do you define wisdom? Has this definition changed throughout your life? If so, in what waysWhom do you know that you consider wise? In what ways is this person (or are these people) wise?Have you had opportunities to learn from people you consider wise? What were those experiences like for you?Then, complete the following:New Directions and Discoveries Write a summary of how the information presented and the questions posed might influence you as an adult educator.Wisdom and learningFor this part of the assigment, summarize your own perspective on the source and definition of wisdom. Include ways in which your wisdom has grown, expressed itself, and been influenced over the course of your life. Think about the people in your life whom you consider wise and the ways people have fostered your growth with regard to wisdom. Also, consider the relationship between wisdom and learm wisdom influenced you as an adult learner? To what extent will this influence impact your practice as an education professional?