Thirst for knowledge is natural to man. But so long as we try to quench this thirst by acquiring it from outside we never have fulfillment. Only when we put the knowledge into practice we start to grow and mature. We have always worshipped those wise ones who had direct knowledge or experience and became the beacons for humanity for posterity. Wisdom is the fruit of direct knowledge that comes out of sincere practice. That is the reason men of wisdom have always told us – an ounce of practice is more valuable than a whole library at the tip of the tongue!