Thursday, November 11, 2010

To Know, There is No Need to Understand

To understand, one exercises the intellect. To know, there is no need to understand. To know anything is to know everything. That is why it is said "Know that by knowing which everything else is known." When you know, then "To be" can be a choice.

© 2010 by Melinda M. Sorensson

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