June 1, 2012
Compared to the span of the universe the knowledge the smartest of the smart have obtained is nothing but the tiniest of salt grains compared to the knowledge that exists in the universe. With this logic fully intact here stand so many us, myself included, strutting about as if we know the answers to everything. We know nothing. Our human brains cannot even begin to fathom some of the knowledge the universe contains. Yet we walk about with our noses turned up and answering the world’s questions as if we actually had a clue. While knowledge is something we seek and obtain, it is only appropriate to display this knowledge with the idea that we know nearly nothing. Especially those of us that are young, we know nothing to what we will know one day: so what is the point then? In acting as if you know everything, when everyday until the day you die you will learn something new.

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