TRUE PURPOSE OF HAVING KNOWLEDGE?

What is the true purpose of having knowledge?
Asked By Resi7ient 26-30, M in Doing Good
Reply By Me
To be human, otherwise we are degrading our life as lower creatures. Being deprived of a proper education, we condemn our life to death or to non-existence.
As a living being with rational sense, we need to know myriads of things, familar and unfamilar, visible and invisible, useful and purposeful.
We need to know our body, our mind, our soul.
We need to know the physical world, the virtual world, the spiritual world.
We need to know our relation to the environment.
We need to know the origin and the end of all created things and their Creator.
This is a glorious process we will follow for this whole life and even for life after physical death.
That is why we have happily invented the Internet.
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Baha’u’llah says:

“The measure of all created things hath been appointed in this concealed and manifest Temple, wherein lie enshrined the knowledge of the heavens and the earth, and of all things past and future. The finger of God’s handiwork hath inscribed upon this Tablet that which the wisest and most learned of men are powerless to fathom, and hath created therein temples inscrutable to all save His own Self, could ye but apprehend this truth. Blessed be the one who readeth it, who pondereth its contents, and who is numbered with them that comprehend!”
(Baha’u’llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 23)
HAIKU
Acquiring knowledge
Most essential for humans
With nobility

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