It’s hard to find true wisdom by just knowledge alone. You can learn throughout your life many things. And at some point it may seem as you know almost everything. However, there is a mystery to this. In what you learn accumulates over times. It reveals something deeper as pages of your book turns.
It may seem as you are learning something becoming more knowledgeable. However, if you think about it, could it be that you are coming to unraveling a mystery that you yourself has go through.
As you go through the wheats, you sift to find the grains, and you leave the husks. Knowledge is symbolic to wheat. When you find true knowledge in learning and education, this process is to sift through it to find what is applicable to you. It needs to be put into practice forging it into wisdom. Those who are knowledgeable is as having a college education or knowing. The wise can obtain knowledge through time. Though, it’s not the mere clarity of truths or facts. It is the practical ability to make consistently good decisions in life.
It is true wisdom when you come to a point where you can admit that you knowing nothing. It’s not the literal as nothing to know. It just means you are wise enough that you are living through the experience of life. True wisdom is strength beyond what is written or said. It stands through the tides of time. It comes forth through you.
The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. – Socrates
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