Nothing can be conceived of adequately without a conception of the whole


Ultimately, all learning has to be contextualised by a notion of the “whole” of knowledge, which is infinite. This means that learning cannot be “definite” and “certain” because we, as humans, cannot know everything. Learning must be thought of “in the round”; it must necessarily be tentative, since we cannot possibly know all that is out there. (pp. 10, P. 15)

Journey into Joy

Contextualise yourself: what chain of events led to you coming into being. Think about all the people who had to have sex, all the things that needed to reproduce, right back to the amoebae in the primal swamp, in order for you to exist now.