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I found this quite interesting

January 27th, 2009 at 05:24 pm

Ignorance is a lack of knowledge, or a willful lack of desire to improve the efficiency, merit, effectiveness or usefulness of one's actions. Ignorance is also a "state of being ignorant" or unaware (not knowing). Ignorance occurs when those who can benefit from knowledge are unwilling or unable to find or assimilate the knowledge. The flip side of ignorance is having knowledge and not having any way of sharing that knowledge. It is the condition of believing I am my mind.
Ignorance is removed by Understanding. Ignorance is darkness and knowledge is Light. That which destroys ignorance liberates the truth. These quotes can be used to warn people against ignorance and how it can effect their growth and their performance.

6 Responses to “I found this quite interesting ”

  1. Phenomenal Woman Says:

    My co-worker has a statement posted on his wall...


    You know what you know, and you don't know what you don't know. That is knowledge.

    heehee!

  2. Smiley2009 Says:

    Lol I like that one.

  3. Amber Says:

    lol, cute post

  4. whitestripe Says:

    lol "Ignorance is.. the condition of believing I am my mind."
    i read something similar on an ocd support website (a close friend has the disorder). it says that the most important thing for some suffers to remember is that YOU are not your MIND. I don't know why I linked those two things but i did find your post interesting!

  5. Smiley2009 Says:

    Whitestripes this was emailed to me from a friend of mine who found it on the web I think. I thought it was nice and I agree lol "Ignorance is.. the condition of believing I am my mind." lol -smart girl

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