Too Much Information
Information isn’t knowledge.
Information is belief.
Knowledge is experience.
Too much information cuts our capacity and our ability to digest properly. When we intellectualise, we lose the simple joy and reality of life.
All the information we need is within.
Empty consciousness asks, “What’s this?”
Each situation explains everything. The tap leaks, the electricity switch trips, the lawn-mower cuts out … all they need is systematic attention.
Dealing with emotions is the same. We again have to look systematically at the effect and the cause. Too much information makes us go in all directions at once, and creates confusion.