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Growing up, I had always wondered why adults pray for young people to host wisdom, knowledge and understanding. But as I advanced in age, I came to discover that they are the three most important treasures on earth.

About The Book

In Wisdom, knowledge and understanding, Aina T. Joseph walks the reader through the dynamics of the three most important treasures on the earth by carefully exploring each of these ancient secrets to success, wealth and influence.

Through these pages, readers will learn about the intertwined nature of wisdom, knowledge and understanding and their role in giving us success in our career, finance,academics,marriage or ministry because, the quality of our actions in life is hinged largely upon what we know and how wisely we apply what we know

What’s inside

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The Dynamics of Knowledge

The Limitation of Knowledge

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Go for Knowledge

What knowledge is 

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What is Understanding

The Four Children of Understanding 

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The Laws of Understanding

The reward of Understanding 

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What is Wisdom

The Four Kinds of Wisdom 

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How to become wise

The reward of wisdom

If you are looking for those books that can give you a quick fix on how to become an authority in a subject matter, then this book is not for you. This is not a quick fix, but a trusted and proven principle that will help you to be at the top of your game.

Nicholas Alifa.

Et harum quidem rerum facilis est et expedita distinctio. Nam libero tempore, cum soluta nobis est eligendi optio cumque nihil impedit quo minus id quod maxime placeat facere possimus.

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Foreword

The Universal Currency

Knowledge is the twenty-first century’s universal currency. Like any currency, it can depreciate in value with time if nothing is done to maintain the worth or not wisely invested. The more of it you invest, the more you make.

Sadly, one of the un-intending consequences of the information age is a lack of knowledge. With a large volume of information readily available and accessible, we no longer spend time to acquire knowledge. What we do most of the time is to simply skim through the information.

In this book, Mr Aina intelligently presented us with practical and trusted ways to acquire enough of this currency (knowledge) as well as how to accumulate the capacity to make more without the risk of depreciation.

 

Nicholas Alifa

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