Archive | June, 2010

K is for Knowledge

K is for Knowledge. Yesterday was about judgment: Knowledge is an essential foundation of judgment.  Without knowledge, there is no judgment. Knowledge also serves as a perch for vision.  The more one knows, the higher one can climb to look out towards the future–think of knowledge as the high ground.  The higher one climbs, the […]

J is for Judgment

J is for Judgment. I find the word Judgment very frequently in the book of Proverbs.  It always gives me cause to stop and ponder its meaning. I want to give an example: a judge.  Clearly, a judge exercises or practices judgment.  A judge is/was a lawyer, someone who has extensive, expert knowledge of the […]