In the Bhagavad Gita it is written: Only God sees in highest heaven. He only knows from where comes this universe, and whether it was made or uncreated. Only he knows, or perhaps he knows not. The concept expresses very poetically the awe of contemplating the complexity of the origins of all there ever was, ever is or will ever be. That awe is the beauty in life we too often fail to acknowledge.
Blessed are the ignorant, for they will never know how much they have been deprived of life's possibilities. In some circles it is widely accepted that knowledge is power, and the individual who excludes him or herself from the information loop risks becoming powerless. To convince yourselves of the concept, look at governments and corporations and the enormous amounts of information they have on the majority of the population and the power they wield over the many. Now look at the majority of humanity and how little information people have about their governments and those corporations which dominate the economic and social spheres of everyday life. Open the Snowden files to the public. Inform the masses.
The poetic in the midst of chaos . Concept
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