We don't know what we don't yet know.
...Even about ourselves.
All any of us can do is try what seems reasonable...what 'resonates' within...and cross our fingers.
That's why I procede with caution. Too many times I have gone merrily along, certain of my convictions, only to be brought up short by surprising information I had never thought of before.
Four things these decades have taught me...
...There is always more to know,
...Solutions are always simpler than I figured,
...Everything is always inter-related, and,
...I've always done the best I could....in fact, everyone does.
The thief steals a car because, at that moment, it seems to him to be a good idea.
He may have heard the admonition, 'Thou shalt not steal', but it hasn't yet sunk in as a good idea.
Probably he will gain experience someday that will suggest a different mindset, or he won't.
Most of us find, over years, that we develop a gentler, kinder, more child-like point-of-view...open to what there is to see. We call it maturity.
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