Just tried an experiment, to understand Melanie’s point that when you stand on a quad, you can only see three, you can’t see the element that is your current POV. I added attempting to identify conflicts. Come with me now, as we circle the Wisdom-Enlightenment-Experience-Skill quad. Let me know what you think.
from experience, they can see enlightenment,
skill and wisdom. it’s why they’re going through
the experience, to get to those. It may create
conflict because there’s something selfish
about pursuing experience for those reasons.
from enlightenment, they can look back
on the experience that got them there,
the skill they used and improved
and the wisdom they now have. They
may have a new understanding but
it may have cost them too much to get there,
and others may not take your enlightenment
seriously, and it may disrupt the social order.
from skill, they use their experience
to give their best performance, and
may temper it with wisdom, and may
be so good they rely on the Force
rather than just skill. Their skill
may create fear, or jealousy, or
make someone competitive, Salieri.
from wisdom, they may balance their
experience, see the relative value of their
skill and see enlightenment as just
another stage. This may create
conflict with those who have not achieved
wisdom and who may regard it as
arrogant or disconnected. They
may argue it’s not wisdom, it’s foolishness.