Wisdom refers to deep knowledge.
Its etymological origin is linked to the verb “sapere” in Latin. With synonyms such as erudition, illustration or culture, wisdom is closely linked to the action of sharing.
Wisdom has been linked for centuries with the arts, with the art of creating, crafts, trades and knowledge through writing.
Is art (including its written discipline) the vehicle for sharing what has been learned?
Historically, the art of writing has been a vehicle-root through which the learned has been shared and thus facilitated the development of the shared, establishing codes for the evolution of the human being.
Does the beauty of nature show a series of codes designed to awaken the conscience of people?
It may be so. It is possible that the earliest references written about 3,000 years BC. By the Sumerian civilization have their own codes to extol erudition, transmit the culture and share knowledge, both in the earthly and spiritual.
They are Sumerian the most primitive written references that are known, as well as the first vestiges in the creation of wine of beer.
The knowledge about being oneself, our relationship with nature and the cosmos and the capacity to experience the luxury and pleasures of life lie in knowledge, a privilege destined to be shared from the ancient world by those who know the truth Which converged on a council or group of sages.