Overview by: John Mann
Webster's Dictionary defines Knowledge as the acquaintance with facts, truths, or principles from observation or study whereas Wisdom is the knowledge of what is true and right coupled with discernment.
I'm sure we all know people who are really smart but might not be successful because he or she lacks common sense. I do find it funny that Webster's defines knowledge as an acquaintance with facts. I think part of it boils down to where do the facts come from because the information we get these days is so biased I don't think many of us have a good grasp of what is true anymore.
Having wisdom requires that someone be knowledgeable about pertinent things but I consider true and effective wisdom to be God-given. Teaching someone about various subjects can be challenging but certainly doable but good luck teaching someone common sense and discernment.
The art of this particular website is you’ll glean some incredible knowledge about a variety of interesting topics and you’ll do it in record breaking time because I've created intellectual cliff notes. My philosophy is to get rid of the clutter and give you pertinent and interesting information that doesn't take long to read and will help you easily converse about topics with others. Basically you're going to sound real smart with little effort. I've got a lot of different subject matter on this site from fun to serious so there's no doubt you'll find at least one category of interest.
I greatly appreciate you visiting my website and since you are, you must be a Knowledge Seeker too. Most people are content learning what they need to know to get by but that’s not how we operate. We don’t feel the need to be an expert about everything but we can’t accept not knowing at least something about a lot of things. One of the reasons they say ignorance is bliss is that with more knowledge and wisdom comes more accountability and responsibility something a lot of people don't want to face.
Take care and remember: "Man's mind once stretched to a new Idea never goes back to its original dimension." -Oliver Wendell Homes