strange and understandable

Something strange usually remains strange only until one has succeeded in developing the necessary understanding for it in order to be able to understand it. But it is precisely at this point that one encounters the danger of getting caught in a kind of maelstrom, which is usually created by oneself through the greed of victory over the lack of understanding. It is therefore advantageous, when confronted with strange circumstances, to satisfy the desire to move forward quickly in order to gain further knowledge about something. In retrospect, one can always continue to search for the necessary understanding of something on the basis of expanded knowledge.

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