Because I do not know who Linkola is, is it better not to paint and admit you know nothing but wish to know more, or is it better for the one eyed man to boldly go painting his tile half blindedly? Does the bold man be behooved into blind action, if only for the sake of decisiveness, or is it better that man watches others paint tiles? Can his tile be painted better had he seen no one else do it at all, for sake of false doctrines? Or shall a man paint half his tile, only to paint wrongly and travel so far back to paint his other half, and to paint the measure again? Shall we even have our measure of wheat for a penny, or shall all the sows be barren and every cow thin? How many thin cows does the man give us who paints his tile halfly, blindly, or not at all? Of what consequence is a tile painted raw and half a measure of barley?