I'd like to think that I've learned the things I need to know.
I do know from my experiences. I do know from what I've seen, lived, felt, and tried. I do seek wisdom from the Holy Spirit. I do read the Scriptures, but need to do so much more and learn so much more that God has in mind for us.
What I remember from where I've been I've learned more of what doesn't work than the more recent present where thing do work, mostly, with seeking reconciliation when we have setbacks still, much less often or severe than before. If I were to imagine a perfect world, I would imagine one as a life of learning and always growing, always having a purpose against which to improve ever, with perhaps setbacks that show the value of the good. I imagine God has done that, and always has in a grand scale which is an infinite forest of which we can with limited wisdom see a few surrounding trees of, and know only enough to make our part count in.
Donald R. Anderson. Aspiring writer. Amateur philosopher and amateur writer of Apologetics (i.e., the Catholic reasonings). Faith-driven kindred spirit.