the lost man chronicles
let us always be beginners
the wise fool knows that the question and to question are often more important than the answer itself.
enlightenment is a never-ending process which begins with curiosity, a little courage, and the initiative that combined compose the effort that uplifts and illuminates by turning things topsy-turvy, upside-down and inside-out.
ignorance is not merely not-knowing, but quite often the complacency and the apathy that remains content with getting all the answers from others, rather than from one’s own existential discovery.
hence, sometimes, if not often, it is better not to know, to grow (younger) by means of incessant inquiry and the precocious disposition that is forever unsatisfied.
let us always be beginners!
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