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How important is it to you to take action on the basis of what you learn?

Some of us learn almost entirely for the pleasure of it. Others see learning primarily as an investment in career. Others feel compelled to use their learning for a tangible productive purpose beyond achieving understanding and beyond providing commentary from the sidelines on other people's actions (or lack of sensible actions).

How important is it to take action on the basis of what you have learned? Is taking significant action a regular part of your life or more an intention for the future?

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    Jul 28 2012: I look at every bit of knowledge as a piece of a grand puzzle. Every time I find a piece I determine where it belongs in the puzzle. Wisdom is the ability to put the puzzle together. As the puzzle grows with pieces of knowledge, I gain more ability to complete the puzzle.

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