Study brings knowledge in proportion to
the industry bestowed, even as water oozes into the sandpit in the riverbed in the measure
of the digging.
The peculiar characteristic of learning is
that it is a double source of pleasure, an intrinsic joy to him who has the knowledge, and
a source of happiness to others who benefit by it.
While really the learned man finds in his
learning his own pleasure, he sees that others look upon him as a benefactor, conferring
pleasure on them. Hence the truly learned are in love with knowledge