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Knowledge vs Wisdom

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Knowledge vs Wisdom.
 - (what are they really)
Is either more important than the other?
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To me, knowledge seems to be an accumulation of facts. Where wisdom seems to be an accumulation of experiences or cause and effect observations.
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Some have it that the gathered facts become the knowledgebase,  the wisdom from finding way(s) to apply it, to process
other: knowledge from experience while awake, wisdom from filing away the relationships while asleep, then , re-file again later,
Or foreground/background.
Or ...
TBD, for another day, while for now time to move on to other of MQs
TY
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