Posted Jan 25, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
It is that remarkable curiosity for life that creates knowledge. It is the desire to figure out what makes things tick. Understanding how the world functions will be your best attribute to surviving what lies ahead. It is more important to comprehend than it is to merely follow. Remember, 99% of the so called analysis is just someone’s OPINION. In medicine, people often seek a second opinion. Even a doctor can diagnose only what he thinks is possible. If there is a rare disease, they more often than not overlook such things. Likewise, how can we predict the future if you do not have a database stretching back hundred of years? We have to understand how people react under all possible conditions before we can even grasp a flicker of what the future might actually unfold. Therefore, imagination and curiosity are critical to forming the end result – knowledge.