Wayne Liquorman: Though you may have insight, the moment that insight is translated into a fact or a bit of knowledge, you've taken a step away from the insight itself.
Q: Are you saying that we may not be consciously able to get to the Truth, that there is something that we can feel but not think?
Wayne: Exactly. The difference between transcendent Knowing and the articulation of a truth, is the difference between a meal and its description on a menu.
---from "Enlightenment is not what you think"