Part of me likes to be challenged by the insights of others. The other part of me hates it.

'If anyone thinks that he knows anything, he knows nothing yet as he ought to know.’

This passage helps keep me honest in regard my own ignorance, in realising the arrogance of priding myself in what I already think I know, as opposed to being humbled by what I don’t; this very pride achieving to keep me from fuller knowledge.

I welcome your correction... at least, part of me does.

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