The pain of knowing: part two

One of the first instincts of knowledge is to share it; to stop bearing it alone. Because there is pain—slow, wide, and heavy Jupiter-gravity like pain—in knowledge. This is why knowing can barely ever be borne alone.

1935, Mount Everest, Nepal.

The pain of knowing: part one

The pain of knowing: part three

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