Guess adjutives explain everything no one understands. But intelligent people understand what adjutives are, and do - no: Hidden wisdom is not adjatives. Wisdom is about life, death, exitence, and real fact.
I can exclaim life is beatiful. Most people only get a taste of life. For those dying in starvation and misery we see little and what we see is hardly true. Pretty easy to exclaim how wonderful a god is, a government is, on a full belly, in a warm bed. Ask a hungry person how he feels about religion, or politics. The reply will be: he doesn't care, just some food and a bed.
The earth has a lot of beauty, and it is in the eyes of the beholder: But that beauty depends on how much deep hunger is a part of your life.
People starving don't have time to write articles or books.