“Wisest is he who knows that he does not know.” -Socrates
When a man finds answers, he acquires knowledge.
When a man wrestles with questions, he acquires interior depth.
A good education facilitates the acquisition of both.
The greatest disservice one can perform towards his own growth is to limit his inquiries and pursuits to questions that are answerable.
Only in the tension of uncertainty is confidence born and character won.
Facts satisfy the mind, but mysteries strengthen the soul.