Not knowing the existence of a reality does not render it non-existent.
Not understanding an idea or a policy does not mean it is false and irrelevant.
Not being part of a group does not make it useless.
You cannot be the wisest person and the only yardstick in the world to determine the authenticity or the otherwise of everything you see and hear.
Do not base on your ignorance to uphold or to condemn the practices and accomplishments of people and institutions and hastily tag them good or bad.
In the world where mediocrity is adored, many are made heroes and experts based on their blunt display of ignorance.
When we glorify and celebrate ignorance, growth becomes a dream.
Being ignorant and at the same time proud and incorrigible is more dangerous and demeaning than folly.
Your ignorance should silence and make you humble to learn.