If this statement is true,
The Buddha warned that there were many concepts that ordinary mortals like us would never fully understand. We are hopelessly limited by our 5 senses. These 5 sense faculties have their limitations. Our ears can only hear sounds within certain decibels. Our eyes can only see things within certain range. So are our sense of smell, our sense of taste, and our reflex system. Our ability to perceive the world is actually hopelessly very limited. Even our thinking is very flawed. We have been indoctrinated to think in a certain manner. We can't think outside the box because we restrict ourselves with our assumptions that such and such a thing must be like this or like that. There is this flaw in humans believing that one can reason with everything through logic. One has to understand that the physical faculties have serious limitations. That's why it takes geniuses like Einstein and other brilliant scientists to discover and interpret concepts in a very different perspective. It took the Buddha eons to fully cultivate his mind to SEE through the nature of this world and this life. The Buddha had acquired an extraordinary power not available through the five physical senses. It is the power of the mind, which an average Westerner is so grossly ignorant of. This supreme power of the mind is what set the Buddha aloft from the others. The power of the mind is the epitome of human achievement. We should be grateful merely to know about the truths that the Buddha expounded, although we don't possess the wisdom and mind power to fully comprehend the nature of the universe and life.
The Buddha advised us to concentrate on conducting our lives wisely so that we would not suffer unnecessarily.
I would like to share with you this story. Once there was this student sitting for his Philosophy exam. There was only one question to answer in this 3-hr exam. The question topic was "Why?". This student just stared at the paper, while the rest of the students were frantically putting their thoughts in writing. As usual, the invigilator announced the final 1 minute left before time out. This student was still deep in thought with a blank sheet in front of him! Then he calmly took up his pen and wrote: "Why not?"!