Hello fellow “ordinary guru” seekers. Let’s have a little fun today. William starts the play (see below)
Hi Mr White
Can you tell me the difference between knowledge and wisdom? Is there a difference? How can I know when I’ve gained wisdom vs. knowledge? Does any of this make any sense to you?
Thank you very much, William
I met a guru who held The Book Wisdom in his hands, and I asked him, if I might not look through his book, but I was sure I already knew a lot of what was in it.
The guru opened his book to page one and asked me to read the first paragraph. Suddenly I realized that I’d forgotten my reading glasses or I’d gone blind, for I could see no words to read. When I explained this to him, he said, “No one can read the Book of Wisdom, for wisdom is not something you can read in a book; it is something you experience.”
The guru went on to tell me that wisdom is not something that comes with a lot of thinking; it comes with a lot of innocence. Emptiness of the head and eagerness of the heart are what it takes to gain wisdom.
The guru then explained to me that the reflection of life off the mirror of the world – that’s where wisdom begins. Wisdom is not something you move around with your intelligence; it’s something that moves you around with your feelings.
After pausing for a moment, the guru further explained to me that wisdom cannot be written in a book, nor can it be transferred from one mind to another in a conversation. Wisdom comes directly to your soul from life when life triggers an insight in you that opens you to the truth of being.
Does any of this make sense to you, William?
Plan for a miracle.
You do that just by
listening to your being.
Risking all to be a miracle;
that’s what brings miracles.
Blessings & love to all of you, Rob
Ps Wisdom is not something outside to be learned; it’s something inside to be discovered by experiencing what’s going on outside.