Then, out of knowledge and feeling spring other things; skill, craft, and all the emotions. We learn how to set ourselves against our emotions, and to deal with the emotions, sometimes letting them overwhelm us, but for the most part enjoying this battle.
Although it can be worrisome to think, ‘I don’t know enough about X’, ‘I wish I had the time to better understand Y,’ it isn’t - or shouldn’t be - a lack of knowledge itself causing the anxiety.
Whether literally or metaphorically I’m grateful for the opportunity to always be a student.
For one thing, we live in an age where it is not enough to know, to consume, your value - your expertise - is definitely measured by how much you contribute.
Whilst necessity is more commonly known as the mother of invention, I can also confirm it is the breeding ground of knowledge. Even so, I'm still surprised to think how much more cars enter into my random thoughts, and how I have acquired a certain, albeit still very rudimentary, knowledge without even trying.