thanks - your response makes a lot of sense to me
Wisdom is actually knowing the objective truth about something. Let's say you have a painting of a clock on a wall that was painted using perspective. When you look at it, how do you know that it's just a painting and not a clock? Because you made more than one observation: you looked at it from the side and noticed it was flat, you took it off the wall and noticed it was not heavy like a clock, you tapped the front and didn't hear it "clink" like a clock's glass front, you looked at it over time and noticed that the hands don't move, etc. Subjective truth approaches objective truth (or wisdom) as more and more observations are made.
interesting take on the subject
coldham i dont appreciate all the posting, usually i am open to peoples ideas and opinions, but you are without a doubt the most messed up person i have ever come across. Please stop eating glucose tablets and say something worth hearing, also stop stealing my roomates insulin. For everyone who thinks i am a mean person unnecasarily ripping on coldham, i have something to say to you, coldham is wanted in three states for 1st degree murder, he is a messed up guy. I hope he doesnt read this or he might rage on me and i will be dead...
So pretty much you have to born with wisdom, or the traits that wise people have? Or anyone acquire wisdom?
knowledge is having information. wisdom is using that information effectivly.