Sometimes it is hard to know what is right and asking questions result in more difficult questions that you had never before contemplated rather than answers to the questions. We breed questions and great puzzles. The one acts as an incentive to the other, so while we search for answers all we ever find are more intricate questions and more of them than we can solve. We can divide an atom, and fission like find more particles to understand and once we understand those we find our understanding and our knowledge merely defined as ignorance more accurately.
Posted on October 12, 2014 by Robert Kyriakides