We don’t know a lot. We don’t know much more than we know.
And it’s a relief to let go of our attachment to views, our attachment to opinions, especially about things we don’t know.
A new mantra began to form in my mind: “Who knows?”
This not-knowing is not a quality of bewilderment; it’s not a quality of confusion. It actually is like a breath of fresh air, an openness of mind.
Not knowing is simply holding an open mind regarding these very interesting questions to which we might not yet have answers.
photo Taro Taylor