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To know is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge.

If you have knowledge, let others light their candles with it.
I am not young enough to know everything.
A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.
Knowledge is power.
How do you know so much about everything? was asked of a very wise and intelligent man; and the answer was By never being afraid or ashamed to ask questions as to anything of which I was ignorant.
One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing.
The essence of knowledge is, having it, to apply it; not having it, to confess your ignorance.
Boys, I may not know much, but I know chicken shit from chicken salad.
Knowledge is gained by learning; trust by doubt; skill by practice; love by love.
I find that a great part of the information I have, was acquired by looking up something and finding something else on the way.
The greater the knowledge, the greater the doubt.
You can't know too much, but you can say too much.
Better indeed is knowledge than mechanical practice. Better than knowledge is meditation. But better still is surrender of attachment to results, because there follows immediate peace.
Knowledge is power, but enthusiasm pulls the switch.
There are only two kinds of people who are really fascinating --people who know absolutely everything, and people who know absolutely nothing.
The trouble with the world is not that people know too little, but that they know so many things that ain't so.
When you know a thing, to hold that you know it; and when you do not know a thing, to allow that you do not know it--this is knowledge.
There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one's self.
Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers.
Men can acquire knowledge, but not wisdom. Some of the greatest fools ever known were learned men.
Acquire new knowledge whilst thinking over the old, and you may become a teacher of others.
Man knows more than he understands.
Know thyself.
Own more than thou showest, speak less than thou knowest.
Knowledge of what is does not open the door directly to what should be.
Knowledge is proud that it knows so much; Wisdom is humble that it knows no more.
And you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free. [John 8:32]
I think knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can.
Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you: you must acquire it.
He who knows others is clever; He who knows himself has discernment.
To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge.
I wish I knew what I know now before.
The greater our knowledge increases, the greater our ignorance unfolds.
A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle.
Know, first, who you are, and then adorn yourself accordingly.
Knowledge is the best eraser in the world for disharmony, distrust, despair, and the endless physical deficiencies of man.
Know thyself? If I knew myself I would run away.
Sin, guilt, neurosis --they are one and the same, the fruit of the tree of knowledge.
You can live a lifetime and at the end, know more about other people than you know about yourself.
Our lives teach us who we are.
Only a fool knows everything. A wise man knows how little he knows.
We have not the reverent feeling for the rainbow that a savage has, because we know how it is made. We have lost as much as we gained by prying into that matter.
The less you know, the more you think you know, because you don't know you don't know.
One-tenth of the folks run the world. One-tenth watch them run it, and the other eighty percent don't know what the hell's going on.
Knowledge becomes evil if the aim be not virtuous.
Those who think they know it all are very annoying to those of us who do.
There are things known, and there are things unknown. And in between are the doors.
Knowledge is power. Rather, knowledge is happiness, because to have knowledge -- broad, deep knowledge -- is to know true ends from false, and lofty things from low. To know the thoughts and deeds that have marked man's progress is to feel the great heartthrobs of humanity through the centuries; and if one does not feel in these pulsations a heavenward striving, one must indeed be deaf to the harmonies of life.
Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also.
The man who is too old to learn was probably always too old to learn.
Perplexity is the beginning of knowledge.
Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it.
Knowledge is a process of piling up facts; wisdom lies in their simplification.
Knowledge comes by eyes always open and working hands; and there is no knowledge that is not power.
Knowledge is knowing that we cannot know.
During the last century, and part of the one before, it was widely held that there was an unreconcilable conflict between knowledge and belief.
Today knowledge has power. It controls access to opportunity and advancement.
Knowledge is a polite word for dead but not buried imagination.
I think I could, if I only knew how to begin. For, you see, so many out-of-the-way things had happened lately that Alice had begun to think that very few things indeed were really impossible.
You don't know how much you know until you know how much you don't know.
Only as you do know yourself can your brain serve you as a sharp and efficient tool. Know your failings, passions, and prejudices so you can separate them from what you see. Know also when you actually have thought through to the nature of the thing with which you are dealing and when you are not thinking at all.
Inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that is where I renew my springs that never dry up.
If people can be educated to see the lowly side of their own natures, it may be hoped that they will also learn to understand and to love their fellow men better. A little less hypocrisy and a little more tolerance towards oneself can only have good results in respect for our neighbor; for we are all too prone to transfer to our fellows the injustice and violence we inflict upon our own natures.
I want, by understanding myself, to understand others. I want to be all that I am capable of becoming.
We can only learn to know ourselves and do what we can -- namely, surrender our will and fulfill God's will in us.
The things we know best are the things we haven't been taught.
We live on an island surrounded by a sea of ignorance. As our island of knowledge grows, so does the shore of our ignorance.
Knowledge, like religion, must be experienced in order to be known.
Who knows most believes least.
Our treasure lies in the beehive of our knowledge. We are perpetually on the way thither, being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind.
The end of learning is to know God, and out of that knowledge to love Him and imitate Him.
He who knows only his own side of the case, knows little of that.
To know yet to think that one does not know is best; Not to know yet to think that one knows will lead to difficulty.
Since we can't know what knowledge will be most needed in the future, it is senseless to try to teach it in advance. Instead, we should try to turn out people who love learning so much and learn so well that they will be able to learn whatever needs to be learned.
The mark of a well educated person is not necessarily in knowing all the answers, but in knowing where to find them.
We don't know one-millionth of one percent about anything.
To know all is not to forgive all. It is to despise everybody.
Knowledge which is divorced from justice, may be called cunning rather than wisdom.
A man of knowledge lives by acting, not by thinking about acting.
Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living; the other helps you make a life.
Some people drink deeply from the fountain of knowledge. Others just gargle.
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction. [King Solomon]
I have tried to know absolutely nothing about a great many things, and I have succeeded fairly well.
Knowledge and human power are synonymous.
Knowledge is that which, next to virtue, truly raises one person above another.
You can't use tools you don't have.
He that knows himself, knows others; and he that is ignorant of himself, could not write a very profound lecture on other men's heads.
Getting in touch with your true self must be your first priority.
Know then thyself, presume not God to scan; The proper study of mankind is man.
When one is a stranger to oneself then one is estranged from others too.
Know thyself. Nothing in excess. The Self is required to balance the Self.
A true knowledge of ourselves is knowledge of our power.
You never know yourself till you know more than your body.
Before a man can wake up and find himself famous he has to wake up and find himself.
No man knows less than the man who knows it all
Some students drink at the fountain of knowledge. Others just gargle.
Between us, we cover all knowledge; he knows all that can be known and I know the rest.
Knowledge does not come to us in details, but in flashes of light from heaven.
We are in fact convinced that if we are ever to have pure knowledge of anything, we must get rid of the body and contemplate things by themselves with the soul by itself. It seems, to judge from the argument, that the wisdom which we desire and upon which we profess to have set our hearts will be attainable only when we are dead and not in our lifetime.
Knowledge is recognition of something absent; it is a salutation, not an embrace.
We are drowning in information and starving for knowledge.
It's not knowing what to do, it's doing what you know.
When you cease to strive to understand, then you will know without understanding.
And all your future lies beneath your hat.
An age is called Dark not because the light fails to shine, but because people refuse to see it.
Charles V. said that a man who knew four languages was worth four men; and Alexander the Great so valued learning, that he used to say he was more indebted to Aristotle for giving him knowledge that, than his father Philip for giving him life.
He mastered whatever was not worth the knowing.
All wish to possess knowledge, but few, comparatively speaking, are willing to pay the price.
Man is not weak; knowledge is more than equivalent to force.
The next best thing to knowing something is knowing where to find it.
Knowledge about life is one thing; effective occupation of a place in life, with its dynamic currents passing through your being, is another.
Every great advance in natural knowledge has involved the absolute rejection of authority.
Knowledge is only potential power.
Never by reflection, but only by doing is self-knowledge possible to one.
What is not fully understood is not possessed.
No man can reveal to you nothing but that which already lies half-asleep in the dawning of your knowledge.
To succeed in business, to reach the top, an individual must know all it is possible to know about that business.
It is impossible to begin to learn that which one thinks one already knows.
I would have the studies elective. Scholarship is to be created not by compulsion, but by awakening a pure interest in knowledge. The wise instructor accomplishes this by opening to his pupils precisely the attractions the study has for himself. The marking is a system for schools, not for the college; for boys, not for men; and it is an ungracious work to put on a professor.
The knower and the known are one. Simple people imagine that they should see God as if he stood there and they here. This is not so. God and I, we are one in knowledge.
Knowledge, a rude unprofitable mass, the mere materials with which wisdom builds, till smoothed and squared and fitted to its place, does but encumber whom it seems to enrich. Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much; wisdom is humble that he knows no more.
We own almost all our knowledge not to those who have agreed but to those who have differed.
To despise our own species is the price we must often pay for knowledge of it.
It is not the quantity but the quality of knowledge which determines the mind's dignity.
Knowledge is the small part of ignorance that we arrange and classify.
It is what we think we know already that often prevents us from learning.
It is not good to know more unless we do more with what we already know.
Real knowledge, like everything else of value, is not to be obtained easily. It must be worked for, studied for, thought for, and, more that all, must be prayed for.
The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.
There is a period of life when we swallow knowledge of ourselves and it becomes either good or sour inside.
The conqueror and king in each one of us is the knower of truth. Let the knower awaken in us and drive the horses of the mind, emotions, and physical body on the pathway which that king has chosen.
He who seeks to approach his own buried past must conduct himself like a man digging. He must not be afraid to return again and again to the same matter; to scatter it as one scatters earth, to turn it over as one turns over soil. For the matter itself is only a deposit, a stratum, which yields only to the most meticulous examination what constitutes the real treasure hidden within the earth: the images, severed from all earlier associations, that stand --like precious fragments or torsos in a collector's gallery --in the prosaic rooms of our later understanding.
It's not only the most difficult thing to know one's self, but the most inconvenient.
Many a man who has known himself at ten forgets himself utterly between ten and thirty.
Self knowers always dwell in El Dorado; they drink from the fountain of youth, and at all times owners of all they wish to enjoy.
The one self-knowledge worth having is to know one's own mind.
One secures the gold of the spirit when he finds himself.
To know oneself, one should assert oneself. Psychology is action, not thinking about oneself. We continue to shape our personality all our life. If we knew ourselves perfectly, we should die.
The self-explorer, whether he wants to or not, becomes the explorer of everything else. He learns to see himself, but suddenly, provided he was honest, all the rest appears, and it is as rich as he was, and, as a final crowning, richer.
To learn to get along without, to realize that what the world is going to demand of us may be a good deal more important than what we are entitled to demand of it -- this is a hard lesson.
The most excellent and divine counsel, the best and most profitable advertisement of all others, but the least practiced, is to study and learn how to know ourselves. This is the foundation of wisdom and the highway to whatever is good. God, Nature, the wise, the world, preach man, exhort him both by word and deed to the study of himself.
A human being has so many skins inside, covering the depths of the heart. We know so many things, but we don't know ourselves! Why, thirty or forty skins or hides, as thick and hard as an ox's or bear's, cover the soul. Go into your own ground and learn to know yourself there.
It is, I fear, but a vain show of fulfilling the heathen precept, Know thyself, and too often leads to a self-estimate which will subsist in the absence of that fruit by which alone the quality of the tree is made evident.
You have to know what's important and what's unimportant, for you.
Self-knowledge comes from knowing other men.
Without self knowledge, without understanding the working and functions of his machine, man cannot be free, he cannot govern himself and he will always remain a slave.
I have the true feeling of myself only when I am unbearably unhappy.
He knows the universe and does not know himself.
An humble knowledge of thyself is a surer way to God than a deep search after learning.
To know yourself you have only to set down a true statement of those that ever loved or hated you.
To grow wiser means to learn to know better and better the faults to which this instrument with which we feel and judge can be subject.
We forge gradually our greatest instrument for understanding the world -- introspection. We discover that humanity may resemble us very considerably -- that the best way of knowing the inwardness of our neighbors is to know ourselves.
If you want to be truly successful invest in yourself to get the knowledge you need to find your unique factor. When you find it and focus on it and persevere your success will blossom.
Become aware of internal, subjective, sub-verbal experiences, so that these experiences can be brought into the world of abstraction, of conversation, of naming, etc. with the consequence that it immediately becomes possible for a certain amount of control to be exerted over these hitherto unconscious and uncontrollable processes.
Trust not yourself, but your defects to know, make use of every friend and every foe.
Tis not need we know our every thought or see the work shop where each mask is wrought wherefrom we view the world of box and pit, careless of wear, just so the mask shall fit and serve our jape's turn for a night or two.
It is part of our pedagogy to teach the operations of thinking, feeling, and willing so that they may be made conscious. For if we do not know the difference between an emotion and a thought, we will know very little. We need to understand the components (of emotions) at work... in order to free their hold.
To know yourself, see how others do, to know others look into your own heart.
Other men's sins are before our eyes; our own are behind our backs.
Explore thyself. Herein are demanded the eye and the nerve.
Nay, be a Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within you, opening new channels, not of trade, but of thought. Every man is the lord of a realm beside which the earthly empire of the Czar is but a petty state, a hummock left by the ice.
I know myself as a human entity; the scene, so to speak, or thoughts are affection; and am sensible of certain doubleness by which I can stand as remote from myself as from another. However intense my experience, I am conscious of the presence and criticism of a part of me, which, as it were, is no part of me, but spectator, sharing no experience, but taking note of it, and that is no more I than it is you.
Know yourself, master yourself, conquest of self is most gratifying.
I know myself, but that is all.
Analysis and synthesis ordinarily clarify matters for us about as much as taking a Swiss watch apart and dumping its wheels, springs, hands, threads, pivots, screws and gears into a layman's hands for reassembling, clarifies a watch to a layman.
Know one, know all.
If you want to know the taste of a pear, you must change the pear by eating it yourself. If you want to know the theory and methods of revolution, you must take part in revolution. All genuine knowledge originates in direct experience.
There is no knowledge, no light, no wisdom that you are in possession of, but what you have received it from some source.
Knowledge is in the end based on acknowledgement.
When you see the abyss, and we have looked into it, then what? There isn't much room at the edge -- one person, another, not many. If you are there, others cannot be there. If you are there, you become a protective wall. What happens? You become part of t
In the advance of civilization, it is new knowledge which paves the way, and the pavement is eternal.
Everything has been said yet few have taken advantage of it. Since all our knowledge is essentially banal, it can only be of value to minds that are not.
Nothing is too small to know, and nothing too big to attempt.
Know-how will surpass guess-how.
A wise man, when asked how he had learned so much about everything, replied: By never being ashamed or afraid to ask questions about anything of which I was ignorant.
Knowledge becomes wisdom only after it has been put to practical use.
Many of us don't have to turn out the lights to be in the dark.
Knowledge fills a large brain; it merely inflates a small one.
Without wisdom, knowledge is either useless or destructive.
Knowledge is the most democratic source of power.
The knowledge of an unlearned man is living and luxuriant like a forest, but covered with mosses and lichens and for the most part inaccessible and going to waste; the knowledge of the man of science is like timber collected in yards for public works, which still supports a green sprout here and there, but even this is liable to dry rot.
They are so knowing, that they know nothing.
Knowledge without practice is like a glass eye, all for show, and nothing for use.
It is better of course to know useless things than to know nothing.
The desire of knowledge, like the thirst for riches, increases ever with the acquisition of it.
No matter what happens, there's always somebody who knew it would.
The long unmeasured pulse of time moves everything. There is nothing hidden that it cannot bring to light, nothing once known that may not become unknown.
Knowledge conquered by labor becomes a possession -- a property entirely our own.
As the biggest library if it is in disorder is not as useful as a small but well-arranged one, so you may accumulate a vast amount of knowledge but it will be of far less value to you than a much smaller amount if you have not thought it over for yourself.
Knowledge, humbles a great person, astonishes the common, and puffs up the small.
Knowledge of ourselves teaches us whence we come, where we are and whither we are going. We come from God and we are in exile; and it is because our potency of affection lends towards God that we are aware of this state of exile.
There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge.
The degree of one's emotions varies inversely with one's knowledge of the facts- the less you know the hotter you get.
Once thoroughly our own knowledge ceases to give us pleasure.
A superficial knowledge is not enough. It must be a knowledge capable of analyzing a situation quickly and making an immediate decision.
Only divine love bestows the keys of knowledge.
Try to put well in practice what you already know. In so doing, you will, in good time, discover the hidden things you now inquire about.
Every animal knows more than you do.
It is nothing for one to know something unless another knows you know it.
He who does not know one thing knows another
He who knows little quickly tells it.
Far better is it to know everything of a little than a little of everything.
Knowledge is ancient error reflecting on its youth.
Knowledge is the treasure, but judgment is the treasurer of the one who is wise.
What's scary in life is not what people know (or don't know), but what they know that ain't so.
We have no organ at all for knowledge, for truth: we know (or believe or imagine) precisely as much as may be useful in the interest of the human herd, the species: and even what is here called usefulness is in the end only a belief, something imagined and perhaps precisely that most fatal piece of stupidity by which we shall one day perish.
The tree of knowledge is not the tree of life! And yet can we cast out of our spirits all the good or evil poured into them by so many learned generations? Ignorance cannot be learned.
Children with Hyacinth's temperament don't know better as they grow older; they merely know more.
Knowledge is power, if you know it about the right person
When a person acts without knowledge of what he thinks, feels, needs or wants, he does not yet have the option of choosing to act differently.
Many people think of knowledge as money, They would like knowledge, but do not want to face the perseverance and self-denial that goes into the acquisition of it.
It is not so important to know everything as to know the exact value of everything, to appreciate what we learn, and to arrange what we know.
I see men ordinarily more eager to discover a reason for things than to find out whether the things are so.
The use of knowledge in our sex (beside the amusement of solitude) is to moderate the passions and learn to be contented with a small expense, which are the certain effects of a studious life and, it may be, preferable even to that fame which men have engrossed to themselves and will not suffer us to share.
Oh how fine it is to know a thing or two!
Without knowledge, life is not more than the shadow of death.
A knowledge of men is the prime secret of business success.
The knowledge of God is far from the love of Him.
It is disgraceful to live as a stranger in one's country, and be an alien in any matter that affects our welfare.
The hunger and thirst for knowledge, the keen delight in the chase, the good humored willingness to admit that the scent was false, the eager desire to get on with the work, the cheerful resolution to go back and begin again, the broad good sense, the unaffected modesty, the imperturbable temper, the gratitude for any little help that was given -- all these will remain in my memory though I cannot paint them for others.
Knowledge is and will be produced in order to be sold, it is and will be consumed in order to be valorized in a new production: in both cases, the goal is exchange. Knowledge ceases to be an end in itself, it loses its use-value.
True scholarship consists in knowing not what things exist, but what they mean; it is not memory but judgment.
Every man gets a narrower and narrower field of knowledge in which he must be an expert in order to compete with other people. The specialist knows more and more about less and less and finally knows everything about nothing.
Vague and mysterious forms of speech, and abuse of language, have so long passed for mysteries of science; and hard or misapplied words with little or no meaning have, by prescription, such a right to be mistaken for deep learning and height of speculation, that it will not be easy to persuade either those who speak or those who hear them, that they are but the covers of ignorance and hindrance of true knowledge.
Knowledge is what we get when an observer, preferably a scientifically trained observer, provides us with a copy of reality that we can all recognize.
It's a dangerous thing to think we know everything.
Knowledge is more than equivalent to force.
Knowledge always demands increase; it is like fire, which must first be kindled by some external agent, but will afterwards always propagate itself.
Knowledge is of two kinds: We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information about it.
More knowledge may be gained of a man's real character by a short conversation with one of his servants than from a formal and studied narrative, begun with his pedigree and ended with his funeral.
You can always draw as well as you know how to. I flatter myself that I feel more than I express on canvas; but I know that is not so.
Knowledge without education is but armed injustice.
Knowledge like timber shouldn't be mush use till they are seasoned.
Man is distinguished, not only by his reason; but also by this singular passion from other animals... which is a lust of the mind, that by a perseverance of delight in the continual and indefatigable generation of knowledge, exceeds the short vehemence of any carnal pleasure.
There is, so I believe, in the essence of everything, something that we cannot call learning. There is, my friend, only a knowledge -- that is everywhere.
Say oh wise man how you have come to such knowledge? Because I was never ashamed to confess my ignorance and ask others.
Seldom if ever was knowledge given to keep, but always to impart. The grace of this rich jewel is lost in concealment.
All knowledge is ambiguous.
A man can only attain knowledge with the help of those who possess it. This must be understood from the very beginning. One must learn from him who knows.
True knowledge lies in knowing how to live.
He knows so little and knows it so fluently.
Know thyself. A maxim as pernicious as it is ugly. Whoever studies himself arrest his own development. A caterpillar who seeks to know himself would never become a butterfly.
It seems to me that man is made to act rather than to know: the principles of things escape our most persevering researches.
Proclaim not all thou knowest, all thou knowest, all thou hast, nor all thou cans't.
God grant that not only the love of liberty but a thorough knowledge of the rights of man may pervade all the nations of the earth, so that a philosopher may set his foot anywhere on its surface and say: This is my country!
For lust of knowing what should not be known, we take the Golden Road to Samarkand.
Knowledge, without common sense, says Lee, is folly; without method, it is waste; without kindness, it is fanaticism; without religion, it is death. But with common sense, it is wisdom with method, it is power; with clarity, it is beneficence; with religion, it is virtue, and life, and peace.
Knowledge is the only elegance.
Of a truth, Knowledge is power, but it is a power reined by scruple, having a conscience of what must be and what may be; whereas Ignorance is a blind giant who, let him but wax unbound, would make it a sport to seize the pillars that hold up the long-wrought fabric of human good, and turn all the places of joy as dark as a buried Babylon.
Knowledge is the eye of desire and can become the pilot of the soul.
Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes.
Depend upon it there comes a time when for every addition of knowledge you forget something that you knew before. It is of the highest importance, therefore, not to have useless facts elbowing out the useful ones.
There are three principal means of acquiring knowledge available to us: observation of nature, reflection, and experimentation. Observation collects facts; reflection combines them; experimentation verifies the result of that combination. Our observation of nature must be diligent, our reflection profound, and our experiments exact. We rarely see these three means combined; and for this reason, creative geniuses are not common.
Search not to find things too deeply hid; Nor try to know things whose knowledge is forbid.
Only when he no longer knows what he is doing does the painter do good things.
You have to believe in God before you can say there are things that man was not meant to know. I don't think there's anything man wasn't meant to know. There are just some stupid things that people shouldn't do.
Knowledge is not a passion from without the mind, but an active exertion of the inward strength, vigor and power of the mind, displaying itself from within.
Each department of knowledge passes through three stages. The theoretic stage; the theological stage and the metaphysical or abstract stage.
One may understand the Cosmos, but never the ego; the self is more distant than any star.
Learning is acquired by reading books, but the much more necessary learning, the knowledge of the world, is only to be acquired by reading men, and studying all the various facets of them.
Knowledge of the world in only to be acquired in the world, and not in a closet.
Knowledge may give weight, but accomplishments give luster, and many more people see than weigh.
There's a theory, one I find persuasive, that the quest for knowledge is, at bottom, the search for the answer to the question: Where was I before I was born. In the beginning was what? Perhaps, in the beginning, there was a curious room, a room like this one, crammed with wonders; and now the room and all it contains are forbidden you, although it was made just for you, had been prepared for you since time began, and you will spend all your life trying to remember it.
To me the charm of an encyclopedia is that it knows and I needn't.
To know the right means of getting something done is virtually to have done it.
The shortest and surest way of arriving at real knowledge is to unlearn the lessons we have been taught, to mount the first principles, and take nobody's word about them.
Knowledge is like money: the more he gets, the more he craves.
The trouble with most folks ain't so much their ignorance as knowing so many things that ain't so.
I honestly believe it is better to know nothing than to know what ain't so.
Nobody can know what knowledge really is without truth.
knowledge makes your mind easy and your path straight
If you go into an auditorium filled with racist people , you don't have a problem. They have a problem because they're worried about where you are going to sit. They are afraid you're going to sit next to them. But you can sit anywhere you want.
Omnipotence and omniscience are the end of power and knowledge.
You donít know anything, but I know even less.
To sense the peace of extinguished passion, happiness in not knowing the ultimate knowledge.
Total knowledge is annihilation of the desire to see, to touch, to feel the world sensed only through senses and immune to the knowledge without feeling.
Knowledge is the provocative masterstroke of purpose
Before you know something, you don't know it.