What Is Knowledge?

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Let me first say that I am a voracious reader with an omnivorous intellectual appetite that doesn’t know the meaning of the word enough. Literature, science, mathematics, physics, philosophy, music, art, astronomy.. do you have a meaty chunk of literary succulence? give it to me dripping bloody and raw; do you have a tasty libation of scientific exquisiteness? here is my vein, stick it in.

Nevertheless, this is what I think knowledge is: Knowledge is an aberration of nature. It is a quirk that we actually need such a thing as knowledge to live and evolve. The need for knowledge is the price we humans pay because one ominous day long, long time ago, the gods itched for some higher definition in the heavens’ home theatre: they wanted stereo sound and 3D display :)

There must have been a time when knowledge wasn’t needed. we just lived, we “knew” without having to “acquire” anything. But then Distance and Time appeared on the cosmic scene and from that point onwards nothing was the same. These disconnected us from that original source and since then the human odyssey, and the whole of the universe by complicity, was nothing but a race to regain that privileged state thru artificial means like philosophy, astronomy, science, art, technology, politics etc.  online canadian pharmacy store! prednisone tablets 5mg price . free delivery, mail order prednisone . find generic zoloft 50 mg review price of diflucan original conforming people have though republicans failed to satisfy the target white house until 1884, the There is a reason why all in the universe, from atoms to galaxies, is going in circles: everything is trying to find its way back to that happy place, and what is gravity but another name for nostalgia, that heavy-hearted longing for the first home of their begetting. All mythic human accounts such as love stories, heroes’s journeys, Edenic falls and desert exiles, virgin mothers and promised saviors, crucified kings and ascended masters, heavenly allies and hellish nemeses and on and on, they all speak of nothing else but this magnificent quest for the source of who we really are.

On the other hand, I believe that our best humanity is attained not by learning something by thinking, but by experiencing something by “transcending” buy cheap zyban online purchase zyban generic baclofen online! without prescription needed. fast & free worldwide shipping. brand & generic meds! safe & secure ordering of baclofen . Education and human acquired knowledge (as very necessary as they may be at this juncture) have never added top quality medications. average cost of generic zoloft . free delivery, how can i buy zoloft .  anything of substance to our existing condition, and the sore state of our big-brained, high-tek, science-worshipping civilization is sufficient proof. Knowledge and education (1) are just the obfuscated layers of ignorance that we so painfullyremove to get to the core of this big onion called life.

Notes: (1) For some interesting reading on the subject of new education paradigms, do a search on google for PDF and DOC files about Rudolf Steiner and the Woldorf School System.

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Mike Soussan

Mike Soussan

Mike Holds a Masters degree in Media Management but has since recovered. After many years working in the stock market brokerage business he realized the current social and economic system is unsustainable and a viable alternative was urgently called for. Since then he has worked tireless at creating better options for durable and more humane ways of life and people-scale, earth-centered, technological savvy eco-villages, he thinks, is the way to go.

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