The limitation of Knowledge

Knowledge implies ignorance of what lies beyond what is known. Knowledge is always limited.

- Ramana Maharshi


  1. Anonymous9:57 am

    It's best to say I don't know! Still if you want to talk of knowledge or confidence; does it not mean that you have to be confident? Confidence in something, but it is remaining in the state of confidence, free from competition or one-upmanship.

  2. Anonymous4:49 am

    Devotee: In the books it is stated that Bhagavan is an ocean of Mercy. Is it a fact? Ramana: Ocean? An ocean (sagara) has a limit, a boundary (or coastline) But the Krupa of Bhagavan has no such limits. It is limitless. It knows no bounds.

  3. Anonymous10:43 am

    Sunyayogi, It's interesting having an interest in both Ramana Maharshi and Osho. Ramana totally lived the teaching. Osho on the other hand talked the talk but lost his way, bogged down in materialism and avarice.


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