The larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder.
Ralph W. Sockman
(1) Knowledge is the foundation of all that is, was, and will be. It is the metaphysical building block of the entire Universe and all of existence. Knowledge is infinite, far outreaching the limits of the human mind, and has various forms in which it can be obtained, or realized. It builds upon itself infinitely, and without it, one cannot build a relationship with the infinitude of God or the Universe (or of oneself). It is not “well justified, true belief”; it is knowing, beyond the shadow of a doubt. It brings light to darkness, ignorance is its enemy, and, as proposed by Stephen Hawking, its greatest enemy is the illusion of knowledge. It is the basis for intellectual and critical thought. Knowledge can be obtained in any number of ways, including, but not limited to:
Yet, it holds true that experience is the greatest teacher, and the fastest way of obtaining universal knowledge.
There are many ways of obtaining Knowledge, as well as many different forms of knowledge.
A common misconception amongst religious people is that knowledge is evil
Without knowing, the all could not manifest reality. Knowledge is infinite, far outreaching the limits of the human mind, but capable of bringing infinite light to those in the dark.
Through it, one can expand one’s mind infinitely.
Knowledge builds upon itself in such a way, that if one possesses the proper perception, one is able to derive the correlation between any and all forms of acquired knowledge, and any and all concepts: extending one’s base (foundation) of knowledge quite infinitely. However, since we, as humans, do not have the mental capacity, both in intelligence and imagination, to perceive infinity; we must transmute knowledge into wisdom by way of meditation, self-contemplation. and acting upon the knowledge you have obtained to transform it into your own.
Now, on a side note: How many times has the word knowledge been written in this article?