We are trained to ask a teacher when we don't understand something, we are not trained to find a solution on our own. In dharma centers this might be even more common than in everyday circumstances. The problem is that copy-paste wisdom does not lead to realizations. Mimicking tells us what is the right answer, but it does not make us understand it.
I've heard people talk about emptiness – a very popular concept among Buddhists, isn’t it – while not understanding the most basic stepping stones that lead to its understanding, such as continuum (ཉེར་ལེན་) or impermanence (མི་རྟག་པ་). Parroting can look impressive, but what is the point of nice appearance if there is no substance beneath?
Dharma is subtle and difficult to comprehend in its profoundness. For example, gross impermanence is obvious, we can observe it on a daily basis, while subtle impermanence cannot be perceived through senses, it can be comprehended only through reason. Thorough comprehension of dharma requires study, which is not always easy, but if one wants results, one needs to put effort in it, there is no way to avoid it. It pays off on the long run.