It may be better to pursue wisdom before truth. Without wisdom, one could not recognize the Truth (capitalization intended) even if one encountered it. One may argue that wisdom is a form of truth, yet I use the word “wisdom” to represent a (dynamic) means. And I use the word “Truth” to represent a (static) end — a sort of ultimate designation. The latter may not be possible, but the former may be just possible. In some sense, wisdom could enable a man to function “well” in spite of his inability to obtain (ultimate) Truth.