The Right Use Of Knowledge

Wisdom is ... knowing when to say "I'm sorry!"

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

‘Wisdom is the right use of knowledge.’— Charles H. Spurgeon

Although acquiring knowledge is a good start to understanding wisdom, we won’t get a true understanding until we apply our knowledge to everyday life. The right use of knowledge comes with experience and understanding. Experience and understanding is the hallmark of wisdom. We can share our understanding with others, but everyone has to discover for themselves through experiences to find their understanding about life.  No one can take away our experiences because they become part of us. Our experiences live with us forever. Our experiences make us what we’re today.


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