Replying to LO28464 --
>Thanks for the lead, Rick; I've been on the trail of this baby for several
Are you on the trail of specific language or an idea?
Those who know not, and know not that they know not, are fools, shun them.
Those who know not and know they know not are children, teach them,
Those who know and know not that they know are asleep, wake them.
Those who know and know they know are wise, follow them.
Traditional Sufi saying
I don't have the source for this, and I have seen something similar
attributed to Confucius (as At notes in one of his posts); Carlos
Castaneda, of Don Juan fame (infamy?); and "Anonymous Proverb," who has to
be one of the most prolific authors of all time. . .
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