Walls

Any method,
Any knowledge,
reduces you to a slave of that method,
reduces you to a slave of that knowledge.

Seeing beyond the knowledge
becomes impossible.

To see beyond knowledge,
To act beyond method,
one has to become open
one has to become vulnerable
and to admit the uncertainty of knowledge.

.

Next,
we’ll notice
the flowers
on the wall

related blogpost: a quest for knowledge


Picture by bvdb (whoisbert) september 2014 – @botanical gardens, Leuven(B) – Canon Ixus HS230 – IMG_8198/8200

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12 thoughts on “Walls

    • that would be a great and concise way to describe this. I’ve been writing about ‘the unknowing’ in the past 3 years, which is different in some ways but unfortunatelty also more cryptic. 🙂

    • Cymbalaria muralis (ivy-leaved toadflax or Kenilworth ivy) — some effort is needed to notice it 🙂 I needed two (handheld) camera sessions to capture it; without the camera I barely see the colors …

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