David Bruce: Knowledge & Wisdom

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What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom? People often conflate the two as though they were the same, but they are not. There is a significant difference between knowledge and wisdom. Furthermore, we all know how to acquire various forms of knowledge, but how does one become wise? And why is wisdom considered by many to be as important as having knowledge?

David Bruce is a third generation Theosophist from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 2003, after working more than twenty years in the field of electronics distribution, he was hired as the director of education at the National Center of the Theosophical Society in Wheaton, Illinois. He has delivered many lectures and workshops to theosophical groups around the country. When he is not traveling, David supervises the Society's prison program which helps to educate prisoners through a variety of correspondence courses. He is also the author of the newly released book Serving a Higher Purpose by Quest Books.

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