Universal knowledge

If new knowledge is our aim, it is important to resolve at the outset to share whatever knowledge we gain as widely as we can.

Those who have lived in the past may be beyond our reach, but those who are alive today—our dear ones, our friends, and our community, all those known and unknown—can truly benefit, and so can those who are yet to come.

When we recognize and accept this, and resolve to act on it, we understand that our human condition is universal.

We see that we need a universal knowledge that offers universal benefits. 

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