Monday, March 29, 2010


We are all innocent, always. Our innocence is our source of knowledge. The more we know, our innocence becomes a more valuable source, thus improving the quality of our knowledge. These two contradicting aspects of life work hand in hand, they harmonize. As children, our innocence is intact but life experiences eventually begin to tap into it to fulfill us with knowledge. At some point, we think we have it all sussed out, and forget about our innocence. We then proceed through life, looking for knowledge in every place imaginable but often forget to return to our innocence.

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