Feb 7, 2020
“I know that I know nothing.” If one is looking for truth, then we must empty ourselves of our assumptions and beliefs. What we think we know, is the only thing which actually stands in the way. The minute we think we know something, is the very moment truth is lost. It’s an attempt to explain what can’t be explained, and then imagining we’ve succeeded. All that we successfully understood was our fabricated concept, and not reality.
To know we are clueless, is all we need to know. Only then can truth be revealed, because it isn’t something which is conjured up in the mind, but originates in the experience of simply being. Being never needed to be translated into concepts in order to be experienced. To experience is a far richer way of knowing, with nothing lost in translation.
Our being is something that’s always being experienced, and so there’s no need to look somewhere else or to some distant future to find this. The moment we give up trying to comprehend our present being through concepts, is the moment we understand it directly through our senses. Once this is understood, we’ll see that the knowledge we once thought was sacred, is just a bunch of rotting garbage, and will gladly throw it out in exchange for truth.