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-1 Wisdom

By

Anthony J. Fejfar, J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2006 by Anthony J. Fejfar

Wisdom transcends ordinary conventional morality.

Conventional morality tells us that we \can only use Good to achieve Good,

or perhaps good to achieve Good. Wisdom on the other hand argues that we

are permitted, but not required to use not only good to achieve Good, but

also we are permitted to use evil to combat evil and evil to accomplish

Good.

Without Wisdom we could not function in a less than perfect society.

Every society is characterized by some corruption. Even in a world of non-

corruption, friends favor friends, and one must learn to deal with this

situation, as well as others.

Wisdom is not evil and Wisdom is not Evil. Wisdom is a Gift from

God. The Wise person intends Being as an unrestricted act of

understanding. The Wise person developes Intuition to better know, judge,

and reflect upon his or her world. The supposed Wise person who intends

evil or Evil and not the Good or Being, is himself unwise and evil.