Our knowledge becomes irrelevant and even a potential threat when we are always in diligent search of ideas, insights, facts and figures but fail to consider their prudent and judicious applications.
Being knowledgeable does not merely make us wise, there is a possibility of knowledgeable fool.
Our education does not merely make us prudently and morally sound, there are people who are enlightened but immoral and undisciplined.
Being a scholar or an expert does not readily make you an asset, there are experts who are great liability to their world.
Our knowledge and expertise become useless when they are unused or abused.
It is not enough to know, learn to use what you know prudently and productively.