[Missing from between 04.01.11. ”Hope” and 05.01.11. ”The Pendulum Swings”]
Knowledge, though a means to an end, is of itself insufficient because the end is achieved by experiencing the knowledge. For example, one may know how to put together the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle but one has to do it to completion to gain the experience of the knowledge. Similarly, one may know how to drive a vehicle but one needs the experience of driving it for the knowledge to become one. Therefore, after the experience theory becomes practice.
In the case of driving the vehicle of life, however, most of us drive without the knowledge.