"If you journey to the light in a rapid pace, you are eventually going to hit your head against the light, breaking it, and leave you standing in the dark with your nose burned. Instead, use the light to look what lies in the shadows, as light was intended to do."
Realising where we are comeing from, is a good start in wisdom. But, as any wise man will tell you. When you drive a car, it is better to look in front of you, and back through a mirror, then the other way around. So... To find wisdom, look where you are heading. Look around where you are now. As long as you do this objectively, you can always use the mirror to see what things lie in the past so that they don't hit you, because they forget to look in front of them...
--"Enlightenment" is a vehicle of separation-- http://pods.zaadz.com/wie/discussions/view/93089
".... I have learned myself to enjoy the ignorance of people. It seem sarcastic and perhaps parasitic. It is the only enjoyment, I will never lose. Nor have to do long without. I can always laugh at myself. "