In our most recent article we discussed the sacred attribute of Binah, (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation - Part two: Understanding, May 5, 2015) which translates to “understanding.” We specifically discussed the importance of unifying a juror with a case-specific situation that they cannot personally identify with initially, because they have never experienced that situation themselves. We have also previously discussed the sacred attribute of Da’at, which translates to “knowledge,” and the importance of not simply providing information to jurors, but connecting them with case-specific facts. Now we will discuss the third attribute of Kabbalah, Chokmah, which translates to “wisdom.”
The two attributes of “knowledge” and “understanding” are intellectual, and must appropriately combine to become “wisdom” in order to be useful, as intellect and analysis work up until a certain point. Once you know what to do with the information that you have, you are essentially entrusted with the wisdom to carry it out.
What is Wisdom?