posted Oct 23, 2018, 3:27 PM by David Alan Binder



Rhythm has no vowels, I thought, then I found out that “Y” is considered a vowel.  Maybe I already knew that and just relearned it.


It is amazing how much a writer doesn’t know.  Sometimes it is overwhelming.


If you take a tiny, match, light it, and hold it up in the pitch dark that shows how much you as one human in this universe knows.  If we all light a match then more light is produced and the human knowledge grows by billions.


College was like that for me.  It exposed just how tiny the tip of the iceberg of my knowledge was.


Knowledge goes deep.  Very deep!


The reason I pick up any change on the ground, even pennies is that it adds to my wealth.  Sure it is small but small can make a difference.


The same goes with knowledge.  I’ve read books that I thought, “wow, I wasted my time reading that” but you know it did increase my knowledge somewhat.  And that part never hurts.  You can never know too much.


Even though it sometimes feels like it your brain will not explode from absorbing facts and knowledge.


One of those useless facts may eventually save your life or the life of someone you love.


It is amazing how many times, I or my wife have read something and then one of our children (now grown) have asked about that particular thing we just read about.  Truly amazing.  So we strive to learn more and increase and stretch our minds around a lot of different things.


Keep learning and keep growing and keep writing and adding to the knowledge base of the world.


No thought ever is wasted.


A Think Piece by David Alan Binder


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