這是謙卑的神奇。這是「這裡有些我不知道的東西，了解它可能會改變一切。」 (“There is something here I do not know, the knowing of which could change everything.”) 這句話裡的力量。這單獨的一句聲明，可以治癒世界。
邁向謙遜是一條通往榮耀之路。 (The call to humility is a call to glory.)
“Not knowing” is a wonderful illusion, and useful.
It allows you to know again, to learn again, to remember once more. It allows you to reexperience the cycle. To become a snowflake.
It is the Illusion that you do not know that allows you to know what you know. If you know everything, and know that you know it, then you can know nothing.
Look deeply into this truth, and you will understand it.
Give yourself the illusion, then, that you are ignorant of something. Anything. In that moment, you will have the experience of that of which you are not ignorant—and what you know will suddenly become apparent to you.
This is the wonder of humility. This is the power in the statement, “There is something here I do not know, the knowing of which could change everything.” This single statement can heal the world.
The call to humility is a call to glory.
And in terms of your theology, there could be no greater tool for advancement. I have inspired it to be said that a little “humility theology” is what the world needs. A little less assurance that you know it all, and a little more willingness to continue the search, to acknowledge that there may be something you do not know—the knowing of which could change everything.
I say again, not knowing leads to knowing. Knowing it all leads to not knowing anything.
That is why the Illusion of Ignorance is so important. And so it is, too, with all the Illusions. They are the keys to your experience of Who You Really Are. They open the door from the Realm of the Relative to the Realm of the Absolute. The door to everything.