“All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure.”
~ Mark Twain
Technology mingled with an age of ideas spreads knowledge like wildfire. Those eager to learn, can. And fast.
But what does a culture of answers produce? And at what pace does a mind or a society advance when there is certainty in currently purported information?
Many truths of the past have evolved into grand falsehoods, where societies wholly believed in misled facts, later to discover their falsity. Are we putting too much faith in what we believe is known today?
It is ignorance, doubt and curiosity that leapfrog innovation and produce your brightest brilliance, which advance communities, societies and the world.