Knowledge is wonderful. The advantage of having obtained such knowledge for yourself though only serves as an advantage for us when well applied.

The appropriate use of knowledge requires a dynamic balance between impulse and discretion. Conditions, circumstances, timing and relationships have to be considered in discerning the knowledge to be used through your decisions and actions.

The broadest and deepest base of knowledge, if irrationally applied, offers no advantage.

Remain practical as you continue learning; apply with patience.

“Knowledge is the treasure of the mind, but discretion is the key to it, without which it is useless. The practical part of wisdom is the best.” — Owen Feltham —


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