A haiku written by Lee Sonogan
When judging a product, we rarely have exhaustive scientific data to go by. As a result, if we are to form a complete picture, we must fill in the blanks, just as we must in our visual perception. – Leonard Mlodinow
Which prescription filled?
Chinese puzzles jump hoops,
Furrow’s lonely tilled.
Rather than swallowing our pride and simply asking what we do not know, we choose to fill in the blanks ourselves and later become humbled. Wisdom was often, in its youth, proven foolish, and ones humiliated were meant to become wise. ― Criss Jami, Healology