The Teachings

A Partial Teaching on The WISE One

 

HE WHO KNOWS

I. He who knows not (and) knows not (that) he knows not.

Is a Fool; {he will strut and preen like the clown of life}

SHUN him.

 

II. He who knows not (and) knows (that) he knows not.

Is a Child (He will ask);

Answer him or her TRUTH (speak the truth) FULLY (give him or her the full truth), (allow him or her to learn).

 

III.    He who knows (but) knows not (that) he knows.

Is Asleep;

Wake him.

 

IV.    HE who knows (and) knows (that) HE knows.

Is THE WISE ONE

Seek HIM

And

Follow HIM to ends of Time.

 

 

The Three Questions

Qn.   Who is The WISE ONE?

Qn.   Who would you rather be?

Qn.   Who can wake the sleeping one?

 

The Study

Let us study each paragraph individually:

Paragraph 1

I.  He who knows not (and) knows not (that) he knows not.

Is a Fool;

SHUN him.

Here is a person who does not know and does not know that she or he does not know.

Such a person is to be found around us puffing, preening and acting as if he or she knows everything.

More often than not, such a person would state: ‘I know’ thus indicating his or her closed mind and inability to accept new ideas, new knowledge, or fresh knowledge.

Such a person is easily swayed by the opinions expressed by others, for example, news media anchors, editorials and such like statements by public figures.

He lives in a world of make-belief or fiction.

He makes assumptions.

To preserve your own persona is the most important thing you can do for yourself when around such a person.

The ideal situation would be as stated above to shun such a person.

However, in a social context that may not be possible.

The next best would be to reduce the contact with such a person and be alert to minimize the polluting effects of such a person’s conversation and negativity.

 

Paragraph 2

II.  He who knows not (and) knows (that), he knows not.

Is a Child (He will ask);

Answer him TRUTH (speak the truth) FULLY (give her the full truth), (allow him to learn).

The next type of person identified is a person who does not know but knows that he or she does not know. Such a person is easily identified as a little person, colloquially addressed as Child.

A little person has one abiding characteristic and that is inquisitiveness, which leads the little person to ask questions because he or she is interested to know everything about everything.

To know everything about everything is a gift and a characteristic of curiosity.

When a little person asks a question, it must be answered by the parent / care-giver / teacher.

The answer must contain the truth even if it hurts or is beyond the comprehension of the little person.

The answer must be complete even though the attention span of the little person is limited.

When you give the truth and the complete truth to the little person, you will establish your credibility with the little person.

In his or her time of need or knowledge, the little person will come to you with questions of greater significance and relevance with the passage of time.

Should you give an incomplete or false answer, you will lose the trust of that little person.

In such an eventuality, he or she will look for answers from other channels.

 

Paragraph 3

III.    He who knows (but) knows not (that) he knows.

Is asleep;

Wake him.

The identified person here is The Teacher when not delivering The Teachings.

He knows, and yet he is asleep.

He will live a good simple life of example.

GOD is the only one who can wake him up.

 

Paragraph 4

IV.   HE who knows (and) knows (that) HE knows.

Is THE WISE ONE

Seek HIM

And

Follow HIM to ends of Time.

The Teacher is identified once He has been woken up by PARAMATMA.

The Teacher in the form of The Incarnation has the answers to all questions pertaining to The Teachings.

GOD directs every one in Janam to seek The Teacher, ask Him and follow The Teachings given by Him.

Comment: Wisdom comes in the form of Nano-particles.

 

Some of the Partial Teachings are listed here from the Index:

  1. A Partial Teaching on GOD
  2. A Partial Teaching on Atma / Soul.
  3. A Partial Teaching on Janam and Jooni.
  4. A Partial Teaching on Salvation
  5. A Partial Teaching on Atma at The Court of The Chief Judge
  6. A Partial Teaching on Sin
  7. A Partial Teaching on The Story
  8. A Partial Teaching on Purpose of Life
  9. A Partial Teaching on Carrying Out The Life Task by Atma / Soul
  10. A Partial Teaching on Time