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    When do you know, versus believe, you are on the right track?

    What people do you know, that enhance your life?

    Such a wonderful thing, to know. Rare.

    Most of the time we are poking holes in smoke rings.

    I am tired tonight. It is the full moon, it kept me up last night, pulled. So to bed, early for once, and tomorrow driving again into the un•know•n...

    know/

    nō/

    verb

    1. be aware of through observation, inquiry, or information.

    synonyms: be aware, realize, be conscious, be informed; notice, perceive, see,sense, recognize; be clued in, savvy "(who knows I'm here?")

    • have knowledge or information concerning; be cognizant of; "I would write if I knew the address"

    • be absolutely certain or sure about something. "I just knew it was something I wanted to do"

    2. have developed a relationship with (someone) through meeting and spending time with them; be familiar or friendly with.

    synonyms: be acquainted with, have met, be familiar with; be friends with, be friendly with, be on good terms with, be close to, be intimate with

    • have a good command of (a subject or language).

    synonyms: be familiar with, be conversant with, be acquainted with, have knowledge of, be versed in, have mastered, have a grasp of, understand, comprehend; have learned, have memorized, be up to speed on"you should know the rules beforehand"

    • recognize (someone or something).

    • be familiar or acquainted with (something).

    • have personal experience of, taste, undergo (an emotion or situation).

    • regard or perceive as having a specified characteristic.

    • give (someone or something) a particular name or title.

    • be able to distinguish one person or thing from (another); differentiate, discriminate, identify, recognize

    3. archaic have sexual intercourse with

    Origin

    Old English cnāwan (earlier gecnāwan ) ‘recognize, identify, perceive, declare’ of Germanic origin; from an Indo-European root shared by Latin (g)noscere, Greek gignōskein, also by can and ken.

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