Peculiar scraps of knowledge were stuck to him like lint from all his jobs.
It is important to use all knowledge ethically, humanely, and lovingly.
To appear to be on the inside and know more than others about what is going on is a great temptation for most people. It is a rare person who is willing to seem to know less than he does.
Knowledge slowly builds up what Ignorance in an hour pulls down.
There comes a time when we aren’t allowed not to know.
Knowledge is much like dust – it sticks to one, one does not know how.
I was brought up to believe that the only thing worth doing was to add to the sum of accurate information in this world.
Nobody knows enough, but many know too much.
Those who know nothing must believe everything.
In much knowledge there is also much grief.
I am not wise. Not knowing, and learning to be comfortable with not knowing, is a great discovery.
The only man who knows just what he thinks at the present moment is the man who hasn’t done any new thinking in the past ten years.