December 02, 2008
I think it was Phyllis Mitchell who urged us to contemplate "What is our age if we did not know our age".......
A great eye and life process opener...
We try to fit in our lives into concepts we already know.Predictable and condfitioned reactions are the order of the day.
We hold on to known tenets because of the illusion of security it offers us.
It is the domain of the unknown that is beckoning us now.
Maybe it has a lot more on offer.
Knowledge is a product of conditioned processes.
Intelligence is our ability to tune in to universal processes, our sense of connectedness with the universe around and within us.
Being knowledgeable does not imply being intelligent.Infact knowledge can be an impediment to intelligence more often than not. The tribals exhibit much greater natural intelligence than knowledgeable people.
Let not knowledge limit us..let us break free into domains of intelligence...Life demands a response in intelligence, not in knowledge.