wisdom: knowledge of what is true or right coupled with good judgment.
Using that definition, how would you grade yourself (so far) on wisdom? Personally, I'm glad I graded myself on twenty nine earlier attributes before arriving at this tricky word.
First off, the words "true" and "right" from that definition give me serious pause. How do I reasonably assess whether my knowledge is true or right? How do you? Then the "good judgment" piece slows me down further. I suppose my judgment is OK or else I'd have been incarcerated long ago (or on reality TV). But over 64+ years, some of my lapses in judgment have been fairly significant and given my arrest following a public outburst at almost 62, I can't claim they were all youthful indiscretions. All this makes settling on a self-grade for wisdom really tough.
It gets even messier when considering Benjamin Disraeli's words: "A man who is not liberal when he is young has no heart; a man who is not conservative when he is old has no head". Uh-oh - more trouble in wisdom land for Pat. Guess I'll go with a "C" and hope no one is paying too much attention.