Socrates taught us that we know nothing, there is so much to learn. Experience comes from repeating the things we do, making fewer and fewer mistakes. The past is important, as we learn from experience; we should not forget the past, keep our memories and build our way into the future. Experience generates knowledge and ultimately, wisdom, when others seek us to learn from us, if they want. And we should stimulate talents to learn from us.
There are no limits to your knowledge (!).
And each of us will do this in his own way.
Where do we find knowledge ?
- In people;
- In books;
- In libraries;
- In computers;
- From experience.
In these modern times, finding information becomes more important than knowing. This is the information overload paradox as I see it. There is simply too much to know.
How do you want knowledge: Any place, Any time, Any form.