A fool and a coward is one who is afraid of being a fool, for the realization of truth comes through the denial of a lie. Without knowing lies and stupidity, a person will have nothing to gain truth and wisdom from. First we comprehend the darkness, then we turn it into light. Darkness is a space where light is turned on.
You can't be right if you're afraid of being wrong. The one who lives in fear, by default, is not right in everything, because fear is a synonym for the word lie. Listen to a coward and do the opposite.
Knowledge requires courage, for the more we know, the greater the darkness of our ignorance. Cowardice in such a situation turns inward from fear and loses all ability to act in reality. Too many factors of uncertainty give rise to paralysis and inability to make decisions. The ability to generate experience through movement degrades.
The more you know, the greater the incompleteness of knowledge and, therefore, the greater the fear. Knowledge requires courage, knowledge drives cowards crazy and draws them into the abyss of paranoid fears. The less a coward knows, the better he sleeps. Limited knowledge gives cowards strength and courage.
This fear is borderline. By expanding the boundaries of the mind, through knowledge you increase your fear. This is why they say that multi-knowledge creates sadness. In order for knowledge not to become paranoid, it requires courage and humility with fear.
Multi-awareness generates post-traumatic stress, that is, fear. When you realize how little control you have, especially in yourself, you panic and deny reality. Knowledge requires courage, otherwise hell is inevitable.
They say, fear the one who has found the truth. Why? I looked around and saw lights everywhere. Everything is light, even me. But I tell you, fear those who find lies. But I say to you, rejoice in those who have found the lie, for now we will turn darkness into light. But I say day follows night, and night follows day, and that is the truth.