The More You Learn, The Less You Know

It has been a while when I have been writing a blog post last time. It’s funny when I think about it because last year there is not that kind of week that I’m not thinking about the writing. I maybe have been too busy with work, family, and other things. I don’t know. I maybe have been focus too much to learn something new, and now I notice that I’m processing too many things. Somehow I feel like more I learn, less I know.

I should notice that it’s not that easy to get people to understand things the same way that I’m thinking about.

Game ideas are good examples of those because very few people have similar experiences about the gaming that I had because everyone had their path of how they see and play the games. When I write something, I should also find a way how to explain it to the people. When people read the text, they will create their thought about it. I am have been too often waiting for people to see things in the same way as myself. How could they do that if I didn’t tell them what I was thinking?

Let’s make an example.

”I have a beautiful cottage next to the beach.”

If in my head the cottage is red and it’s next to the lake how the reader can know is the cabin next to the lake, sea or river? How can he/she ever guess what color the cottage is?

I need to learn to explain it.

”I have a beautiful red cottage next to the lake beach.”

When I write ideas down, those small things can make a huge difference. I think it’s not just me. If we all would focus on these small things when we explain something, we would maybe avoid a lot of misunderstandings.

Thanks!

-Milestonemonger

Twitter @Milestonemonge4