The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

The power of not knowing

Not knowing is far from knowing nothing.

It can, for example, mean not knowing what happens next, not knowing how hot the coffee will be, or not knowing how the other is.

Which in truth is the reality.

Not knowing opens a door to curiosity in the day-to-day.

It may mean to sometimes feel unprepared, but it doesn’t mean to be unprepared.

What it requires is to be willing to adjust in the moment.

It reminds us of the ability to choose, but also of the necessity to choose.




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