Read on. I've been practicing this stuff for 20 years. Like all disciplines, everyone tends to feel he or she is an expert, and we become attached to one or two of the things that we know best or resonate with us in some way. We only have one life, that I can prove. When I was at Harvard, I used to think that it would be wonderful if my brain could absorb everything in the library system there. And, I wondered what that might be like. Now, in my old age, I find that to be a lot less important. Furthermore, I realize that it's quite impossible to even begin to know or understand a lot about a little. In fact, it really doesn't matter at all. It's nice to have some sort of basic understanding, however. I just try not to claim to know it all, and I hope that I don't make terrible mistakes about what I claim to know.
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