ZEAL FOR UNIVERSAL ENLIGHTENMENT
That even the people of the countryside (the illiterate and the semi-literate) who do not know the meanings of written characters and who are painfully and hopelessly ignorant, may easily understand, I have (and will) sometimes repeated the same things over and over. The educated (the unenlightened scholars) will probably find such writing peculiar and may ridicule it.
But paying no heed to such criticisms, I write only that ignorant people may easily grasp the meaning; having grown in Africa where I have seen many people languish in sufferings due to utter ignorance attributable to illiteracy. Worth of noting is that one may have an undergraduate degree and still appear to be illiterate concerning the ways of wisdom. Hence, here, education does not necessarily refer to that kind of tricks and discrimination we learn in closed classrooms – I mean something entirely different that is independent of all human mind and connivance.