"If others examined themselves attentively, as I do, they would find themselves, as I do, full of inanity and nonsense. Get rid of it I cannot without getting rid of myself. We are all steeped in it, one as much as another; but those who are aware of it are a little better off -- though I don't know." Michel de Montaigne, who claimed not to know much about anything but I love him anyway.
On the other hand, though Plato said "The unexamined life is not worth living," another deep thinker added "but the over-examined life is nothing to write home about either."
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