Let’s Connect on The Bones of Knowledge

I am new to the blogging world, so I am writing this to encourage participation. I am hoping to create some new friends and connections. There are no wrong answers. The idea is to name as many elements that enable us to gain knowledge in some way, shape, or form.

With that being said, one may read that title and say, “huh? The Bones of Knowledge?”

Relax, it’s something I just recently made up. It’s a subjective phrase that I stole from a character from my upcoming novel, but it does hold true and easily relates to the real world.

I find it cathartic sitting and thinking about phrases and other nuggets of knowledge, and that one just came to mind, so I figured I’d share it.

Think of how many bones we have in our bodies; knowledge, in a sense, is also made up of bones.

What bones, you may ask?

You tell me!

For my answer, I will go with logic as one of those bones. In my opinion, I feel that it is essential to have a strong foundation of sound logic when seeking new knowledge. If we do not use logic when seeking knowledge, then we ultimately flirt with ignorance. When I try to learn something new, I immediately go on the defense and question everything as I try to get acclimated to what I am learning. I am a logical sort of thinker when it comes to learning something new, I guess.  

So what do you think would make up one of the bones of knowledge?

Again, there are no wrong answers, it could be anything; a word, a mantra, or even your favorite thought-provoking quote or proverb, doesn’t matter. This is all for fun.

I hope to hear from you!

Thanks for reading,

Travis

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