22 March, 2007


I am nothing,
I know nothing.
and in nothing lies everything


Gwincair said...

Does it?
Does everything lie in nothing?
Or is there something else there?
I mean, could it be by assuming nothing: assuming knowledge of nothing, that one can begin to look for something bigger and/or better?
Socrates once said that he believed that he knew nothing. It was essential for him to relinquish the arrogance of knowledge to go on his quest for wisdom. I'm a fan of Socrates, but I'm not one of Plato. Go figure.

So, is it supposed to make sense or are you playing the Gardener here, hehe?

The Gardener, you know. Peter Sellers in Being There?


Gwincair said...

Stupid me.