For me, wisdom is not about being right but a willingness to question and understand until it feels right. It's a state of being open to truth and testing knowledge with both the heart and mind. It's not about passively reading a book or accepting what a favorite guru believes. It's also not about believing what anyone says, but more a matter of watching what they do. As my mother used to say "actions speak louder than words."
As much as I don't want to face this, I think I have become blinded by my seeking. I am always on the lookout for a new insight, a new modality I can learn, a higher spiritual connection to my essential purpose. Instead of simplifying, I am making my life more complicated. The irony is that I am still trying to work out whether I am better off with more routines or more spontaneity, where my optimal balance lies. I have always been unconventional, and this has me questioning my fundamental beliefs which is a real eye opener. If I accept that my day to day reality reflects my beliefs (subconscious, conscious and superconscious) and I am not happy with certain aspects of it, then I obviously need to come more into balance and integrate my heart and mind more. Easier said than done for sure!