You don’t learn woodworking for its own sake; you learn it so you can build a table or a chair.
You don’t learn how to code for the sake of coding; you learn to code so you can solve engineering problems.
The purpose of knowledge is realized not when you harbor it, but when you find a place to it.
Find a problem you care about, then pursue knowledge — in that order.
It’s almost impossible to be motivated when done the other way around.
Less context will drain you.
More context will energize you.