The human mind is vital for our existence and, in a sense, it is what makes us human beings. The ability to think profound thoughts, comprehend subtle issues, speak with wisdom, and differentiate right from wrong can be accomplished only with the power of our mind. Without a doubt there is no one on this earth who does not know the importance of these qualities. But there is a very important reality that many people don’t know or fail to realize. Not everyone is as wise as people presume. Everyone has a certain amount of innate intelligence, but wisdom is a special capacity developed through specific conditions. These two notions, intelligence and wisdom, are usually perceived to mean the same thing by the general public. However, in the Qur’an the reality of the human status is summed up in the phrase: "most of them lack wisdom". (Surat al-Ma’ida: 103) Most people do not use their wisdom. So what is "wisdom"? How can the source of wisdom be reached? Who possesses real wisdom? Only the Qur’an gives us the right answers to these questions, because the Qur’an is Allah’s word and it is the only source from which we can obtain absolutely accurate information on any topic. When we look at the Qur’an, we see that wisdom is only developed through having faith.