Wisdom is not an accident. It is not the peculiar endowment of a select few. It can be discovered, accumulated, cultivated, and appropriated. But you need to care. You need to pay attention.
It is a choice.
Wisdom requires awareness, devotion, effort, and focus. You cannot age into wisdom, run into wisdom, or borrow it. It is not a part-time job, a hobby, a serendipity, or recreation.
It is a way of life.
The fabric of life yields insights, but it requires interpretation. It requires a lens. One lens will dominate.
It is a way of seeing.
We can craft wisdom of our own making, or we can see the world through the eye of God.
Wisdom is a choice.