A peek at the differences. Understanding, Knowledge, Wisdom

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Knowledge is to know that a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom is to know not to put it into a fruit salad

Richard

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Interesting list you have here, Steve. You might find you get a bit more engagement from the community if you provide us with some questions to kick around. :+1:

Thanks Liam,

Actually, it’s more for those who have an ear for it.

It’s also more of a toolkit or playground to look at. More where to look than what to see.

Questions such as where is the witness, where is the prosecutor, where is naivete, and which one knows? Do we complete things relying solely on recognition instead of reason? What changes perspectives?

What do you see?

We are diverse, many have other interests and this was nice at best. grin

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