Knowledge is information. You have the correct answers, or you know what to do.
To have wisdom, you have to have three things:
1- You have to have experience.
If you're not implementing the knowledge, you'll not have experience.
2- You have to have Clarity
Knowing and deciding what you want to do with the knowledge is critical. You can have so much information that it becomes a blur.
3- You need to have discernment.
Discernment means "clear judgment." Are you applying the correct information? Are you using the right strategy?
It comes from the feeling of being guided. Knowing that it's not you who are making all the decisions, there is a higher version of you that is guiding you through your challenges.
Seek wisdom. Not knowledge.
In the same way, you don't ask for an easy life; you ask for strength and wisdom.
There is no shortage of knowledge. It's easy to get facts today; reach for your phone.
There is a shortage of men who are willing to take action.
There's no perfect plan, time, or solution, but there is always right now.
The only thing you have is the power of choice.
You can choose to do something with the information you have today and take action. Choose to have an experience.
But you must have a clear outcome in mind.
What do you want to accomplish? What must you do today to get closer to your ultimate vision?
Ask for discernment, and clear judgment, of what you should do.
Kings are constantly looking for wisdom.