proverbthere is so much knowledge (or skill) to acquire that a lifetime is not sufficient.
Quote by Hippocrates, a Greek physician said to be such an outstanding practitioner of medicine that he is credited with being the “Father of Modern Medicine”. He was one of the first to believe that diseases came about naturally rather than from Gods or because of ancient superstition.
Little is known about Hippocrates other than that he was born sometime around the year 460 BC on the Greek island of Kos.
We have such a fleeting time on this earth, yet we have so much to accomplish, learn, experience, ect. Death is the one thing in life that you can rest assured will come as it is inevitable, but it is not to be feared as death is simply the cessation of life. During this experience of life, I strive to be as eclectic as possible, meaning one that derives ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources.
We tend to forget the teachings of the ancient philosophers who found eclecticism a particularly covetous trait.
belonging to a class of ancient philosophers who did not belong to or found any recognized school of thought but selected such doctrines as they wished from various schools.