When you “know all” you “know nothing”

It is said that mind is like a parachute, it works only when it is open. Isn’t it true?

You keep a bucket upside down in rain for as much time you want. It will never hold a single drop of water in it. But if you keep the same bucket in right position under a dripping tap, it will be full overnight. This shows the power of receivablility.

You learn more when you are open-minded, in the receivable mode.

But still many of us (including me) go to a state of non-receivability winning a trifle, popularly known as the “known-all” state, in which our mental thoughts run like “I know all”, “The person in front of me knows nothing.”

Well, but the really truth behind the scene is: When you “know all” you “know nothing”

And this same line takes me to another line which says: When you know more you come to know how much you know less

So, considering the above two lines, we can say that a wise person has room full to learn while the fool has nothing to learn (because he “knows all”)

At last, if the thought of “know all” ever stroke your mind, interpret as “know nothing” and be wise.

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