Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Yogini Goda Smita

Knowledge gives you wings
to raise above and reach
soaring heights

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Mary Angelica Amerkhan

Reading books is a great way
to practice being human
and expand our vision
as we explore the horizon.

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Rinku Shah

As the pages
of the book fluttered,
I was ready to leave the room
that was cluttered.
Flying off to places far and wide,
Snug in my blanket
and yet enjoying the ride.
Books and me are a team…
Living every dream!

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Pam Clayton

Words bring to life
Our internal imagination
Spread your wings and fly my dear
You can only imagine
your desination

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Debra Pry

Books are a magical way
to escape reality

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Sharon A. East

On the wings
of imagination

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Sulekha Pande

I see the world better,
when I fly high,
on the wisdom,
my books supply.

Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights
Sawant Sameer

Books.
Gives you wings

3 thoughts on “Knowledge gives you wings to raise above and reach soaring heights”

  1. Sorry, I beg to differ. It’s imagination and curiosity that give us wings. Knowledge comes about only after we reflect on our experience over time.

    1. Cumulative knowledge leads to expertise. Discerning use of expertise creates pathway to wisdom. So knowledge is still an important part of the success equation, with imagination and curiosity always taking precedence. The latter helps one to create ideas and insights, and upon their execution, you develop experience of knowing what works, who didn’t work, and what could work better, with a little bit of tweaking. Over time, cumulative experience builds knowledge. As Albert Einstein once asserted: “Knowledge is experience; everything else is just information.”

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