You don’t learn something or get information and then store that in a filing cabinet in your mind. That’s not a good idea, because that’s not how it is supposed to work. What you learn from, let’s say, a book is a piece of a puzzle. “Ahh! There it is!” And you fit it in to something much larger that you can always see and feel and it is alive and getting clearer all the time. It is a picture of life. You live inside of this puzzle—this mosaic temple.
Or not. Or it’s just filing cabinets, closed up and full of meaningless bits.