It has been said that wisdom has a reality and a fruit. The reality of wisdom is recognizing an affair as suited for the affair, putting a thing in its own place, recognizing everyone in his own framework, seeing the end of every statement at its beginning, and recognizing the inwardness of any statement from its outwardness. The fruit of wisdom is balancing interaction with people between tenderness and cajolery, balancing interaction with oneself between fear and hope, and balancing interaction with the Real between awe and heart-closeness.
2:269 He gives wisdom to whomsoever He wills.
Wisdom is light. When its ray shines upon you, it adorns the tongue with right remembrance, the heart with right thought, and the bodily members with right activity. Then when you speak, you speak with wisdom. When you reflect, you reflect with wisdom, roaming in the highest Dominion, and making a nest only in the Presence of At-ness.