Do you really wanna be a winner? It’s never about money! 😉 Welcome back dear readers and friends from everywhere: the US, India, Canada, the UK, and Turkey 😉
To you, “Bonjour” if it is day time at your end, and “Bon nuit” if it is night time. That reminds our team of an article we published 3 yrs ago. It was called “Bonjour 1Zumba!”. Erika said it was one of our best posts. Amanda mentioned that it was nice to have some logic when talking about knowing things coz people tend to forget these small things and act strange.
Laura said: “But may be when I say I know everything, I don’t really mean that. I’m just using it as a figure of speech!” Boyd answered: “We are talking about people who think they know it all, even without uttering it. People sometimes act like don’t tell me what to do. I’m my own boss. Stay away from me let me learn my own way etc.”
Gary cut off the conversation: “You’re right. The point which is addresses in that article is about the assumption of knowing it all, and that knowledge is unlimited. You can learn as many subjects or pieces of knowledge as you want, if i may say, but then if you look at the whole picture, you only get like a fragment of fragments.
I think knowledge is so huge that no one can imagine its limits or if even there is limits in the first place. Because you need to keep in mind that it’s evolving all the time, which means, at least for us, there is an addition all the time, and not only from one source, it’s in every single source. You can’t imagine how gargantuan knowledge is!”
Wow, that was cool to hear!