Admitting You Know Very Little Is The Beginning Of Wisdom

Admitting you know very little is supposedly the beginning of wisdom, or so I've heard. I've also heard, "The more I learn, the more I realize I don't know."

That's the case with me. I am fascinated by almost everything I come across, and I enjoy learning about things. I do need some additional RAM. Thank heavens for computers.

I beleive they call us the synthesists or something like that...the people who sop up bits of everything and form a whole picture larger than what others might see at times. Of course, I could be wrong.

Rolle2323 Rolle2323
61-65, F
2 Responses Aug 7, 2010

Yes, it's that, and it's being able to see a larger picture....almost as though the fr<x>ame is too small....and the picture has expanded beyond the fr<x>ame.

I love lots of in-put, fresh new and intelligent, bits and pieces the picture starts to come together.<br />
It is in the little stuff that comes into my life.<br />
Sounds like you are really comfortable where you are with life at this moment, and have earned the wisedom to focus on detail.<br />
I descibe it as looking at life with new eyes.