To have knowledge is ignorance, to be free of knowledge is wisdom — Rumi

Do you think that I know what I’m doing.
That for one breath or half-breath I belong to myself?
As much as a pen knows what it’s writing,
or the ball can guess where it’s going next.

~ Rumi

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