All human knowledge should be examined and evaluated through logic. Logic is the most important science of all learning. If one knows logic, all other studies become secondary. Generally speaking, logic is the study of judgment and definitions, of which the most important subjects are the studies of direct experience, of inference and deduction, of … Continue reading Logic is the most important science of all learning
A very rich old man had remained a bachelor all his life. Now he was nearing seventy-five. Then suddenly a friend, a married friend, convinced him that he should get married. 'You should not miss this pleasure,' he said. So he decided to get married. Because he had so much money he immediately found a … Continue reading Mere knowledge accumulation is like celibacy
Just as illustrated in the Sufi joke below, human ignorance has no beginning or end. It is for that reason why many are usually beyond deliverance or liberation their education or status notwithstanding. Very few in this life are able to annihilate their ego-mind to arrive at a place where the floodgates of wisdom replace … Continue reading The rabbit-hole of human ignorance
The ignorant practice prayer, meditation, contemplation and no-thought. The truly wise, like men in deep sleep, do nothing. ... The ignorant man finds no peace either by effort or non-effort. The supremely wise man, by Truth alone, is perfectly stilled.