The quote is from one of the characters in Ruth Ozeki’s “The Book of Form and Emptiness,” which I highly recommended if you enjoy unique fiction.
No one can know everything.
We are past the point where any ONE person could read every book that has been published, let alone get a degree in every Major available.
And sometimes, being a beginner can be quite fun (as long as you don’t take yourself too seriously, which I’m very guilty of) …
So here’s the question I have for you …
What is one thing you’ve never studied or tried, but still really want to?
(see my response in the comments 🤓)
Something I've always wanted to try is surfing. Never tried it. Always impressed and a bit scared by it. It's still on my bucket list, to be sure.
And as a bonus, something I've always wanted to more formally study is physics. It was the easiest science/math class for me in high school + I always want to know more.
To learn another language fluently!
I’d start with French cause I know ‘Un peau’ already.
You should also try Ruth Ozeki's "My Year of Meat," if you haven't read it yet. I usually give away of sell most of the novels I read, but I'm keeping this one.