The difference between knowledge and wisdom is that when you are knowledgeable you know answers to questions because you have learned it somewhere before. When you are knowledgeable you know facts. Wisdom is when you know what is right and wrong based on your judgment. Another difference between knowledge and wisdom is that knowledge can be gained from books, television and other such things while wisdom can only be gained from experience. An example of being knowledgeable is if you were to participating on Jeopardy and won’t a million dollars, you would win that money because you are smart and have learned many things. An example of wisdom would be if you are walking down a road and you come across a dog and a man lying on the ground, you would choose to give your last bit of water to the man. A sign of knowledge that I have observed has been during computer science class where my friend is sitting on his computer doing the work like he’s been doing it for years. During my History exam I was asked who the leader of Germany was during World War II, and I knew it was Hitler. This was a sign of knowledge on my part. Once when my friend and I were free running we reached a space between two buildings and he told me to jump first, and as I looked on I knew that I could not make it across. That showed wisdom because it was not something that I had learned, I decided based on what was going on.