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6 comments:

  1. The one who does not study is on firm footing. Nobody can topple him.

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  2. Nor can he every fly, too tied to the ground

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  3. Ignorance is bliss.

    Knowledge is initially a burden, blurring your utopian worldview, forcing you to see things in a black-and-white/ right-or-wrong view.

    However, knowledge eventually becomes enlightening and liberating because you realize that everything is equally irrelevant. Because everything just IS, you accept everything as it is. There's no longer anything to wage war against or anything to fight for. Reminds me of a quote that deemed idealism to be a drug.

    Another way to look at it is that a highly read person has his head in the clouds and that it actually doesn't matter because he fails to see, touch, feel and extol the beauty that life has to offer.

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  4. Arrogance. They're demoting endomorphs to ignoramuses. I have bottled up anger.

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  5. Intellectual appetite is inversely proportional to sensual appetite? Lol.

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