Of the many things people give themselves to, gaining wisdom is often on the low end of their radar screen. That’s often because life is filled with things that demand time. Jobs, studies, relationships, money, health and a number of other things occupy us. Learning wisdom can seem timely in a world where time is such a precious commodity. Then as well, some feel that wisdom is probably a pursuit of especially intelligent people, and they think of themselves as ordinary, interested in the everyday, practical stuff of life, not the theoretical. Today, we will give 7 reasons why we should put wisdom on the top, not the bottom end of our radar screens.