Wisdom exists in the form of knowledge and wisdom knowledge involves experience, rationality and insight. In all traditions, wisdom knowledge has a very practical implication, intended not only to increase people’s intellectual capacity but also to guide people in their daily life. Wisdom can therefore be defined as the ‘way of life’ for people to follow. A way of life is forged in personal and communal environments. At the personal level, wisdom knowledge outlines the wise way of life and prescribes how each human individual should think and behave in a particular time and on a specific occasion, expressed through a series of imperatives in positive and negative forms. Thinking and behaving wisely are influenced not only by changing psychological faculties such as temperament and emotion, but also by more equable qualities such as reason and character. Therefore which way one follows in life often indicates the level of wisdom one is at.