Saturday, June 25, 2005

Wisdom VS the previous

Main Entry: wis·dom Pronunciation: 'wiz-d m Function: noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English wisdom, from wis, wise Date: before 12th century1 a : accumulated philosophic or scientific learning : KNOWLEDGE b : ability to discern inner qualities and relationships : INSIGHT c : good sense : JUDGMENT d : generally accepted belief 2 : a wise attitude or course of action 3 : the teachings of the ancient wise men synonym see SENSEPronunciation Key
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Wisdom is not intellect. The power to know does not immediatly translate into the ability to devinate that is to deduce a new thing from given information. Nor the ability to utilize such in a proper manner which given the nature of the word would include the benifit of oneself and other people.

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