“It's not a silly question if you can't answer it.”
― Jostein Gaarder
Adult life can be complex and the multi-tasking to manage those complexities can get in the way of the truth. History's philosophers have always been able to clear away those complexities, and see simple distinctions. (Thoreau and Emerson were masters) If we are to follow them, then we too must be childishly simple in our questions and maturely wise in our answers.
“The love of knowledge is a kind of madness.”
― C.S. Lewis
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