And scholars get wiser as they grow older.’ (Shabbos 152a)
This is the converse of yesterday. Scholars are seekers of wisdom. They
don't solely rely on yesterdays formula. They seek input, feedback,
understanding. Looking to always exchange pieces of their puzzle,
getting rid of bad pieces and adding new ones.
Are you holding on dear tight out of insecurity to a puzzle that no longer produces happiness and productivity for you?
And the formula for wisdom is simple – he who seeks will find.
So the older a scholar gets, the more wisdom he will have assimilated and the wiser he will be.