ONE Hundred and EIGHTY Knowledges

People like to measure knowledge by quantity.

I’ve been studying in China for years, and I have heard a lot of parents describing how many books their children have read or how many poems they can recite.

What I’m saying here is that the value of knowledge lies in its application. If we ignore the potential of learning and do not treat it as a flexible whole, it will lead to the loss of discernment, and we will only learn on the surface.

So, I deliberately erased the titles of 180 books.