How do you define "INTELLIGENCE"?

Philippines
May 24, 2009 8:30am CST
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@technoobs (406)
• Philippines
26 May 09
Intelligence can be defined in every aspect or modes a person can think. Some say you are intelligent because you can follow instructions and guidelines before posting to this discussion. Some say you are intelligent because you tend to react to those discussions in just a matter of short sentences. Others might say you are intelligent because you can do a post in just one minute. Defining intelligence is not limited to what we do define them but also a response to what others want to know what you know about intelligence.
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• Philippines
26 May 09
Hehehe.. ;) I think everybody here in mylot knows what you're talking about ;) thanks for the response ^_^ take care
@OwenData (37)
• China
25 May 09
Simply I think that interest make the intelligence.
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• Philippines
25 May 09
You just stated a one-liner but meaningful post ;) thanks for the response and God bless :)
@coolcoder (2019)
• United States
25 May 09
I define intelligence with two simple words: common sense. Book learning is great, and there is a lot to be said for it, but without common sense, all of your formal education will be for naught. I'd rather have sense than all of the degrees that this world has to offer.
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• Philippines
25 May 09
How about common sense with persistence? I definitely agree with you :) thanks for your response
@daliaj (5686)
• India
26 May 09
According to me intelligence is the ability to take right decisions at right time of your life. I say this because the life of a person is completly depends on the two thins. 1. The opportunity he gets. 2. The decisions he takes. We don't really have a control on the number or type of opportunities we get in life. So, the only that we do have a part to make our life better is decisions. So, if a person can take right decisions in proper time, he is intelligent.
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