Engage your Curiosity.
Wisdom and knowledge are not one in the same. Knowledge can be acquired through focus and study. One can only gain wisdom through experience and understanding. The best academic credentials do not necessarily result in the wisest of graduates. If one is able to open his eyes to the possibility of learning within every life experience, then wisdom is close at hand.
It is important not to allow logic to inhibit your hunger for deeper understanding. Many of the greatest mysteries of the world have been solved by those who searched for wisdom despite the conclusions of tribal logic. Often, what we categorize as "logic" is simply a form of sabotage that we use to keep our selves living small (without the discomfort of the unknown). Today, I invite you to engage the child within. Look at the world with curious eyes, as if you have never been here before. What are the pieces of wisdom that you can gain from this experience?
Success or sabotage? What do you know with ABSOLUTE certainty? Of what has your wisdom informed you of truth?
Is this going to be an incredible day? Wisdom is a friend of the seeker. Are you willing to invest in a day of pure adventure?