Answer: I acquired knowledge in certain areas from my studies so that I would be able to understand and to explain, but they actually helped me very little.
Question: What has life taught you?
Answer: That I don’t know and don’t understand anything, and that basically I am nothing.
Question: What did you learn from your teacher?
Answer: That I need not worry that I am nothing.
Question: Do you learn from your students? If so, what do you learn?
Answer: I look at them and I understand that their path is the same as I underwent, and this makes me happy.
Question: What else would you like to learn?
Answer: To be a man.
Question: What skills are required for that?
Question: Do you only teach or do you also study when you have the time?
Answer: I study independently when I am alone. I don’t need any books for that. Sometimes I read something on my computer. But the study is actually an internal process.
Question: Does this mean that you don’t read any books in order to acquire knowledge or certain skills?
Question: Which question don’t you have an answer to?
Answer: Who am I?
Question: Which question would you like to ask a wise person?
Answer: No question. I had such opportunities. I know that wise people simply sit and keep quiet and that is enough for them.
Question: How do you restrain yourself from passing on unnecessary information to your students?
Answer: I love them.
Question: What can you recommend to your students who see constant paradoxes in your answers?
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 6/24/20