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Knowledge

Knowledge

bullet Share your knowledge. It’s a way to achieve immortality.
bullet Knowledge grows with doubt.
bullet Knowledge does not teach us wisdom.
bullet In much knowledge is much sorrow.
bullet The price of knowledge is the loss of innocence.
bullet The pursuit of knowledge is often more satisfying than it’s assimilation.
bullet To know all is to forgive all.
bullet Who knows much, suffers much.
bullet The beginning of knowledge is to know we are ignorant.
bullet False knowledge is more dangerous than ignorance.
bullet What use is knowledge without wisdom.
bullet Imagination is more important than knowledge.
bullet Those who know little often repeat it.
bullet The more we know the more we realise we don’t know.
bullet No person is worse off for knowing the worst about himself.
bullet “The older I get, the less I know”.
bullet Through adversity we know ourselves.
bullet The more know, the less we believe.
bullet We differ from all other creatures because we know we are mortal.
bullet Thinking is not the same as knowing.
bullet “All that I really know is that I know nothing”.
bullet In hindsight all things seem inevitable.
bullet Fear comes from uncertainty.
bullet What is now proved was once imagined.
bullet We are all in the gutter – but some don’t know it.
bullet What was once learned cannot be unlearned.
bullet Knowledge does not rest only on truth but also on error.
bullet Knowledge is strength because forewarned is forearmed.
bullet You can pass on knowledge but not wisdom.
bullet The simplest questions may be the hardest to answer.
bullet Doubt is the key to knowledge.
bullet Knowing how to refuse is as important as knowing how to accept.
bullet A little knowledge is dangerous, but no knowledge is even more so