Information is overrated. It is far more important to find out Who is being informed. In fact, we often use information as an escape from awareness.
In this age, we are addicted to knowing, entranced by an endless hypnotic stream of information. Yet most of the time, we're not looking for information at all; we're looking for connection.
We are not going to save the planet by throwing information at one another, but by loving one another. How can we become sane again? Let us engage in the sacred practice of Unknowing. Unknowing is Presence.
Right now, can you step out of the information in your head and become a naked Being, available to life? Can you awaken to the creatures around you, to the other at your side, to the breath of the sun?
How much information do you need to listen to a robin? How much knowledge do you need to let your heart beat? Or to love?
Unknowing is not ignorance; unknowing is the opposite of ignorance.
Ignorance is being mesmerized by a world fed to you from external media, until you have no inner life. But Unknowing is waking up the space beyond thought, the Clear Light streaming from your own heart.
You are not the clutter of knowledge. You are the Knower. You are the Light of the world.