Our mind generally swings between opposites. If something is not good, it has to be bad; if somebody is not our friend, he could be our adversary; if a place is not far, it must be near etc. In a thought provoking statement, the Kenopanishad declares, “The ultimate truth of life is neither the known nor the unknown”. In Boolean algebra, a variable swings between A and Ā (A and A bar), or between 0 and 1. There is no third possibility. However the door to Self-knowledge opens when we realize that there is the “knowing intelligence” that does not fall in either of the two boxes: the known and the unknown.