Answer: I will answer as a scientist who has sought to learn all my life. Since the age of nine I subscribed to the magazines Knowledge is Power, Technology for Teens, Science and Life, and later to the magazine Radio. How can one live without literature or books? Today we can upload all the world’s literature on one computer and give each one access to the treasures of human intelligence.
Question: Why does a person need this knowledge?
Answer: It depends upon what we want to insert into our memory.
Education is built by reading many different sources, which are all forgotten but which build the special connections in our brain, in our memory, and today when we look at different objects, instruments, and phenomena, we can perceive, understand, and relate to them correctly because the right relationship has been created.
By reading a lot, we seemingly create internal software inside us, like Word for example. Once you upload Word on your computer, you can use this software to read texts, to write, etc.
Similarly, education uploads its software in us and we don’t need to remember anything because the major basic intelligence of man is already inside us.
Question: Will it always be this way?
Answer: I believe that it will gradually disappear because everything will be completed by the wisdom of Kabbalah, which provides us with full knowledge of the world we are living in: who we are and how we should correct this world.
From KabTV’s “News with Michael Laitman” 11/9/16