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Dr. Aarti Gupta

I try to avoid looking forward or backward and I try to keep looking up. You cannot live in your own corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. Sometimes you have to go to them. I don’t know what I don’t know. I don’t even know the questions I need to ask in order to know, but when I learn a little, a dim light comes on in a dark hallway and suddenly a new question arises. I spend decades, centuries, millennia trying to answer this one question for another dim light. My thought is, “There can be no doubt that each of us can see only part of the picture. The doctor sees one, the patient sees the second, the engineer sees the third, the economist sees the fourth, the pearl diver sees the fifth, the drunk.” The sixth, the seventh with a cable, the shepherd is eighth, the Indian beggar is ninth, the clergy tenth. Human wisdom is never contained in one person. It grows out of the relationships we create with each other and the world, and then it’s never complete. “

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