Dialogue Question: Is Knowledge Ignorance?
As soon as I say what I know about something, it seems almost immediately, there’s a sense of leaving out so much; not intentionally; it’s just that anything I think about anything seems incomplete. And there can even be a sense that I’m dead wrong. Or that there’s a motive to protect some idea or image. You ever experience that? The instant you say something there’s a sense of doubt that flashes into awareness? I can see my own ignorance for thinking I know about something.
If you’d like to look into this topic, please come join one of the two dialogues this weekend. Looking forward to your participation,
Krishnamurti on ignorance as part of knowledge:
Zoom Info & Link:
Date: 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month
(for E Asia, OZ, and NZ, Sundays following the 1st and 3rd Saturdays)
Time: Dialogue I at 3 PM UTC
Dialogue II at 11 PM UTC
See the attached Schedule for the time in your time zone
Or check Kinfonet.org under Dialogue groups
Duration: 2 hours
Zoom link to join: Launch Meeting - Zoom
Meeting ID: 899 4119 3018