Knowledge is remembered, wisdom is lived.
I was thinking recently how to define the difference between knowledge and wisdom, then I saw an apple tree and thought aha!
To the left is a juicy apple I recently picked off an apple tree. To learn about apples I could read scientific journals, read books, look at the internet. I could learn knowledge about apple names, the health benefits, the chemical compositions of apples, apple recipes and how apples grow. All this is knowledge, but I still would have no idea what an apple was like until I had a sensory experience of the apple through the doing.
If I saw an apple, held it in my hand and took a bite from the apple, I would have a concrete sensory experience of the apple. Through the doing of having a living experience with an apple I gain the wisdom to go with the knowledge.
I am soon to become a beekeeper. I will study and gain knowledge about bees and beekeeping; though this knowledge will be useless until I convert it to wisdom through being a beekeeper with my own beehives.
I ate the above apple today, I tasted wisdom, and the apple was yum.