I know that I know nothing
I've found your article thanks to @doc. I think that the powerful thing about Ello is to allow people to REALLY communicate to each other.
I want to past a part of your article here. It's really interesting and I'm totally into it:
" Now I’m in a rush. Too little time; too much I need to know. I regret the time spent parked on the couch watching TV at night. I could have been reading. Multiply that regret by the last 40 years, and I have foolishly squandered so many opportunities to learn. So now a book is always with me. (Don’t ask about my Kindle; it contains more than 100 non-fiction books shrilly demanding my attention.)
As time marches toward a definitive end, it requires me to consider what I don’t know. Damn, when I was 20, I knew everything. Now I know the limitations on my knowledge are vast."
Yes, we have so many things to do and too little time!
We are only Humans: more we know, the less we know. It's a vicious circle, because knowledge is infinite.
But I want to see our "ignorance" in a positive way, like Socrate used to do.
Books saved my life, books had the power to change my destiny and my future.
I will never know everything, but any little new thing that come in my mind thanks to some talented writer, is something that can make me a better person.
My little English doesn't help me, but I should write about it so so much! :)
Thank you both for the interesting hint!