It reads/communicates better like that.
Furthermore: this whole concept of libraries is a very interesting one...
I hold that 'knowledge' is best employed when one does not 'possess' it.
But rather 'accesses' it, on a need-to-know basis.
How this may be accomplished, defies any attempt to explain, but bear with me:
Often, when I write, I am not conscious of any thought-process taking place.
I do it very fast. I write whole essays in minutes. Usually in oddly short sentences, like these.
When I am done, I proof-read it, once, for typos, and notice...
I didn't know I knew what I had written, until I wrote it!
I have no idea what is going on, when I do this, but it happens far too often to ignore.
It seems I know very little, consciously, but that I have access to a vast store of knowledge, when necessary, and this store is accessed with no 'thought' whatsoever.
Thus I imagine that wisdom has a lot to do with accepting reality without mentally modifying it.
Using what-is, as-is, without guile or bias.
So what is wisdom?
It may well be the ability to suspend thought, and operate on a whole other level.
I didn't know I knew that, until I wrote it