According to One’s Knowledge

According to one’s knowledge, one sees things. And if one sees things much greater than one, one is seeing things with one’s small knowledge. And if one sees things smaller than one, one is seeing things with one’s small knowledge.

To see one greater or taller than things, thus one to things must give the knowledge of greater or of taller or of grandiose so that things also to one give the knowledge of great or of tall or of grandiose. And one will never be small no matter how small one is and the small will never be small to one no matter how small the small because knowledge gives form as also reform…

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