What is important is not the quantity of your knowledge, but its quality. You can know many things without knowing that which is most important.
Ignorance in itself is neither shameful nor harmful. Nobody can know everything. But pretending that you know what you actually do not know is both shameful and harmful.
There are two types of ignorance, the pure, natural ignorance into which all people are born, and the ignorance of the so-called wise. You will see that many among those who call themselves scholars do not know real life, and they despise simple people and simple things.
— Blaise Pascal
The truth should often overcome thousands of obstacles, until it is accepted.
— George Lightenberg
The scholar who thinks but does not create is like the cloud which does not give rain.
— Eastern Wisdom
Vague and complex terminology was created by false scholars. Real, truthful knowledge does not need vague terms.