Is Knowledge More and Less than Power?

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If you had no idea you couldn’t , how far would you climb to the top?
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If knowledge is power why do we gain and lose power when we know more?
Think about this concept.
To know is also to judge ,to assume,to identify,to consume,to defend,to argue,to become, to doubt, to fear, to look back ,to be still in doubt and not confidence.
Are you becoming or adhering to knowledge or are you possibly the only knowledge you need?
What if we were like nature’s calling, like a flower growing, opening, closing, the beauty without need of approval or need to defend circumstance?
Can we let go of what we know to be more and is to be more enough?
What is enough for you?
Do you see without wanting to know?
What if the initial burst of energy and excitement when you see without knowing  more could always be that exciting?
Knowing more can give you power to excel or power to repel, do you know where your power goes in knowing more?
Can we stay present with a flower and just appreciate the site without knowing how many storms, sun rays or animals past this place?
Can we be one in a moment without knowledge changing

the simplicity of trusting our surroundings and seeing  beyond or behind what is true and authentically directly in front of you?
As a child’s free spirit sees everything in innocence,  can we do the same after knowing more?
Regaining the spirit of innocence and   non judgement.
Regaining excitement without first analysing every thought and fear why not.
Regaining the strength to do what you would have no idea you can’t if you didn’t have the knowledge of possible failure.
Lift the vale for a day and without fear of failure ,without giving thought to a possible can’t,  do it and cheer for power in not knowing.
Sunshining possibilities!

2 thoughts on “Is Knowledge More and Less than Power?

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