“I Don’t Know”

It’s possible that there are more things we don’t know than we do know. Yet, we spend a great deal of our lives feeling a need to be certain of where to go, how things will turn out, or when we’ll get there.

It’s possible we don’t know.

Even more possible that not knowing is part of it all, and all the uncertainty is okay too.

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