Imagine your area of knowledge as a circle.<br />
If you increase your knowledge (the circle gets bigger) by 1%, the circumference increases by 12.5%.<br />
The circumference is the boundary between what you know and hat you don't know.<br />
So each time you increase your knowledge, you are made aware of how much more there is to know that you don't know.
the more you see, the more you find out the amazing things that you never know before, that means you realize how small and little your knowledge for all this time.
a similar ex<x>pression... for every answer i get, i find 2 or 3 more questions<br />
it's about life not being as black and white as we thought when we were younger.. <br />
yes or no. on or off. like or dislike. Left or Right. right or wrong. guilty or innocent. half full or half empty. villain or not. worthy or not. the better of two evils. with us or against us. real or fake. chicken or egg. rich or poor. dead or alive. the fork in the road.<br />
life presents us with more grays and more questions..
Exactly what it says...use your brain not your eyes...
The more i'd like to let it go. <br />
So basically stating that When you see something or someone, attempting to sum up the entire population just because of one instance becomes a preconceived judgement. Everything is always new. Every moment. Change is the only constant thing in this universe.
The more you learn,the more you come to realise just how much else you don't know.
I think it means that everytime we have a new experience, it opens us up to the possibilities of there being more beyond what we've just learned.
it means your preconceptions are being challenged. Sometimes this is a good thing :)
There is so much learn