Re: Teaching Wisdom
I knew I'd make a few mistakes while 'translating' it...
"It does not know everything, and thus the puzzle is incomplete. Every puzzle concludes the same picture, but no puzzle is alike in the shape of its pieces." This seems like a contradiction. If every puzzle is incomplete, then it cannot conclude any picture, much less the same picture.
Its like, we all have an apex here on earth, where our minds are all alike when fully enlightened, but each puzzle is 'cut up' differently (which I suppose is the uniqueness of each individual). So I donít think its a contradiction, just a misunderstanding.
"To teach another of the (complexities of shrouded truth)do not put your pieces into anothers puzzle, as it will never fit. Instead, place your piece on your own, and show another how you did it. This way, another can build his/her puzzle by using your better methods."
It seems to me that showing someone how to build his/her puzzle is the same, in effect anyway, as building it for them. There may be a few individual differences, but the effect would be the same.
What I meant was that each puzzle is 'cut up' in its own unique pattern, and so you cannot 'tell' a person the direct truth and expect it to resonate with them, because your knowledge of it has a different 'shape'. Instead you should teach them the fundamentals on how to discover the knowledge, so that they may find it in their own unique way.
Iím sure I have a bit more explaining to do, so ask away :-)
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