“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… Continue reading Interior Depth
The capacity to learn is an omnipresent loophole. There is no predicament, however rigid or restricting, whose imposing structure is invulnerable to the piercing arrows of knowledge. Whatever the nature of a man’s prison may be, his mind is a great doorway which, when opened, never fails to offer a way out.
“Systems of belief are the tracks that knowledge leaves behind. Questioning and open inquiry offer far more.” – Tarthang Tulku In a world where making assertions, speaking with confidence, and having clearly defined beliefs is often associated with clarity and credibility, I feel the need to offer an apology on behalf of those who still… Continue reading Ignorance as a form of knowledge