Students will sometimes call another student a "know-it-all."
Usually because the "know-it-all" is excelling in class and they are not.
The term "know-it-all" is meant as insult because, presumably no one likes someone who is too smart.
Can we every really be too smart? Isn't there always something else to learn?
Something that will enrich our life, make us better human beings?
What we know, and what we know, we don't know or understand, seems pretty concrete.
There's another large section of knowledge of things that we don't even realize that we don't know. It can be called unconscious blindness.
what we don't know, we don't know, is a huge area
and what we know, and know but don't understand is a small area.
This humility causes us to seek better information, to gain more wisdom.
It spurs us to new solutions for our problems, financial and otherwise.
Physical healing offers valuble insights into the value of knowing-it-all.
Below are some cures for back pain.
- magnetic therapy
- cold wrap
- lose weight
- improve posture
- weight lifting
- physical therapy
What if you only knew of one way to solve this problem?
Learning enough to become a know-it-all improves life dramatically.
(Photo courtesy Imagerymajestic)