We tend to think that gaining a clear understanding of life will somehow solve our problems. But in this message, Solomon tells us that the pursuit and possession of knowledge is filled with misery and meaninglessness. This is because the more we see of this broken world (viewing it apart from God), the more we are made to grieve. So we must come to know all things as they relate to God. And because we are limited and cannot understand all of the complexities of life, we must learn to accept our limitations and gladly embrace God as the only One who knows everything perfectly.