There's no such thing as useless knowledge

November 23, 2013

There are depths of trivia that can startle and worry those who haven’t thought about a subject. “That’s not important,” they say. “How could you possibly use that?”

And yet, knowledge, any knowledge, understanding how things work, why they work, and what may be possible, is incredibly, amazingly valuable.

This little essay by Randy Murray really speaks to me. I will forever be obsessed with filling my mind with as much as it can hold about a variety of topics. It’s great to know that the great thought leaders out there still encourage this type of behavior.