"It is unwise to be fixated on a single point of completion. A man who has devoted himself to his studies and believes he has reached a consummate level will assume his training has finished, but this is erroneous. Devotion to the study of one's path - first acquiring the fundamentals, and then continuing to refine your knowledge and skills - is a life long pursuit with no end. Without becoming content with your level of accomplishment, think critically of everything, and spend your entire life traveling the path, asking, "How can I find the truth of the Way?" Never give up this quest. Continue to practice like this and you will uncover the Way."
Excerpt from Book 1 of the Hagakure
One more time with feeling.