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APPLIED KNOWLEDGE August 17, 2010

Posted by stewsutton in Humanity, Knowledge Management, Theology, Wisdom.
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“He is not the best student who reads the most books, but he who meditates
the most upon them; he shall not learn most of divinity who hears the
greatest number of sermons, but he who meditates the most devoutly upon
what he does hear; nor shall he be so profound a scholar who takes down
ponderous volumes one after the other, as he who, reading little by
little, precept upon precept, and line upon line, digests what he
learns, and assimilates each sentiment to his heart by meditation.”

— Charles Spurgeon

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