We learn when we believe that we don't know.... - Deepstash

We learn when we believe that we don't know. We don't learn when we believe that we know, leading to a barrier that holds us back from the greater truth. Our belief of knowing it all, narrows our way to clarity; the knowledge and wisdom that is left untouched.

One mouth, two ears. Use it wisely. Those who speak later and cling to observation, shall grasp the knowledge, seen by few. Details lead to questions, questions lead to treasures. It's like opening knots of chains that conceal invaluable wisdom.

"Today, I have more questions than answers", understanding that there is more to the unknown...


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I like to explore various topics such as - psychology, personal development, health, productivity, etc, and I write on these often.

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