I believe that the more you think you know, the less you actually do know; unless what you know is that you actually know nothing. I started believing this last year when my History teacher told me that everything people know was told to them by someone else. Which brought upon me the question, “then how do we know what’s true and what isn’t?” then I started to realize that there is no way we can know that what we “know” is correct, because since the beginning people have told other people what they “know” so everything that we know isn’t really anything at all. I mean if you really think about it you will start to realize that what I’m saying actually has a point behind it. So yeah ok bye.
Anthony - Sumas, Washington
Entered on January 3, 2008
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