virgin islands scene

Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you: you must acquire it.
-- Sudie Back
 

 

Friday, January 12, 2007

Mystery

There is extraordinary value in knowledge. And there is also much value in what you do not know.

For in the unknown, there are possibilities that have no restrictions. When contemplating the unknown, your imagination has no limits.

Though the unknown can be frightening, it can also be magnificently beautiful and inspiring. You can put into it whatever you wish.

In the realm of things you do not know, there is plenty of room for the joy of discovery and the enlightenment of learning. There is ample space to dream, to envision, and to grow.

To act as if you already know everything is to deny yourself all the good things that are yet to be imagined and discovered. Mystery gives life a depth and richness that you would not want to be without.

As each moment passes, make good use of all the things you know. And be thankful that you don’t know it all.

— Ralph Marston

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