How exactly are you using the words educated, understanding, movement and direction?
Definition of EDUCATED
: having an education; especially : having an education beyond the average <educated speakers>
a : giving evidence of training or practice : skilled <educated hands>
b : befitting one that is educated <educated taste>
c : based on some knowledge of fact
Definition of UNDERSTANDING
: a mental grasp : comprehension
a : the power of comprehending; especially : the capacity to apprehend general relations of particulars
b : the power to make experience intelligible by applying concepts and categories
a : friendly or harmonious relationship
b : an agreement of opinion or feeling : adjustment of differences
c : a mutual agreement not formally entered into but in some degree binding on each side
A an b for the most part.
the line or course on which something is moving or is aimed to move or along which something is pointing or facing
archaic : directorate 1
a : a channel or direct course of thought or action
The way I would use them would be going in the other direction to the one you have in your noddle. Your problem is that you are uneducated, have no understanding and have no idea how to move or what direction to go in if you had.
Let me guess you think that I should rather take the advice of those men in the long robes that spoke of what ever popped up first?
"Education, Education, Education" one of our politicians screeched all through his victorious election campaign. He was never once asked what he meant. Had he been asked he would have answered like you do. He would have said that everybody knows that education is a good thing.
Are you suggesting that he would have said that what those men in the long robes were teaching should be brought up for questioning along with their teachings about morality and that the things that popped up first might have been their sexual desire rather than an informed understanding?
The **** shifters make more sense than the graduates these days.
Is this similar as to saying the men in the long robes make more sense than the scientist today?