The qualities of the respective wisdoms that give one superiority over the other and contrast them-are basically spiritual elements. Still they manifest their differences also in their application and in the limitations of their resultant actions. For example, the powers of the soul, though spiritual, are particular powers delimited by their actions through the physical body. The intellectual powers of the soul (Concept, Comprehension, and Concentration) 1 are, of course, spiritual. Still they use distinct compartments of the physical brain. Each has its unique quality-the creativeness of Concept, the grasp of Comprehension, and the depth of Concentration. The same is true of all wisdoms: though spiritual, they are fulfilled through their action and influence on the physical and material, in which their purpose and truth are manifested.

The terms purpose and truth are used advisedly, being two essentials of the very existence of all creatures. G‑d has created every single one of His creatures with a specific purpose in mind. Fulfillment of its purpose, and achievement of its goal, renders its existence true and complete.

Because the ultimate expression of every wisdom is its translation into action in the physical sense, there is a corresponding physical body suitable to every wisdom, capable of bringing that wisdom into fruition. The Creator endowed each wisdom with the power to overcome every opposition or hindrance, and to realize its purpose, from potentiality to actual deed. The deed, the results, then verify and fulfill that wisdom.

There is an expression, None is as wise as the experienced. 2 Wise refers to one endowed with wisdom, just as seer would apply to one endowed with sight. The description seer is applicable only when the power of sight is exercised; one sitting in darkness cannot very well be called a seer. Similarly, Wise is descriptive of wisdom in action and realization, or, as in the above expression, in experience.