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The More I Know, the More I Know I Don’t Know Half As Much As I Thought I Knew!

Do you think that you know all, that you need to know in this life?
The mind is a wonderful thing.
It can soak up more information than you could possibly imagine.
Your brain is more powerful than the greatest supercomputers ever developed.
I love to obtain new knowledge, every piece of knowledge that I gain leads me to gaining another piece of new knowledge.
The more knowledge that I gain the more knowledge that I know I need to gain.
The more knowledgeable I become, the more I know that I have barely scratched the surface of what I know.
There is a huge amount of information to be gained and learned by you, and the more information that you learn leads to more information for you to learn, and so on and so on.
I pride myself on the fact that I am constantly in the search of more knowledge. I try to expand my knowledge every chance that I get.
I read books, I attend seminars, I go to workshops, I do copious amounts of research, and it never ceases to amaze me that there is always more knowledge to be gained about any given subject.
You cannot know everything about any subject, even subjects from the past, there is always something more that you can learn.
I would recommend that you gather all the knowledge that you can at every opportunity that you can.
Specified knowledge can set you free and allow you to chase your dreams knowing that you have the knowledge to deal with situations as and when they arrive.
Do not believe that ignorance is bliss.
Ignorance is simply that, ignorance.
You have no excuse not to gather knowledge at every turn.
The world is getting smaller by the day due to the latest technology.
You can access the Internet from your mobile phone, you can walk into virtually any library and get free access to the Internet, if you prefer to go “old school” you could even read a book or two while you are in the library waiting for your Internet access.
As I sit here writing this article I am struck by the fact that the more I know, the more I know that I don’t know half as much as I thought I knew.