To know but not Be sure…

“Just Say Know”
― Timothy Leary

 

“What is important is to spread confusion, not eliminate it.”
― Salvador Dalí

 

Yes we can know but then not consistently and what we know can often lead to doubt. Confusion? Let’s hope so. If I know with too much certainty than I can no longer learn for learning implies ignorance cured. May learning be the destination but may the confusing journey last an eternity so that each thing learned bring  joy and yet more questions, more contradictions and yes more confusion. Confusion is the area outside of our maps. Confusion exists outside our comfort zone and confusion causes leaps. May the mists of confusion and the clear skies of knowledge continue to interact with my understanding forever.
Blessings, G

 

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Life FormsLife Forms by G A Rosenberg

 

Staring into the AbyssStaring into the Abyss by G A Rosenberg

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