Know it All?

Assuming to know it all stifles our capacity to learn. Others will see and experience things differently than we might. The scope and scale of what is possible will go well beyond what you may have experienced for yourself thus far. Don’t assume, as a pessimist might want to do, that the current limit of what you see is the final answer and the limit for all time.

Venture to believe that you can always learn something new and relearn something differently. Many of the barriers in our lives come from a held belief that we already know something so there couldn’t possibly be any other way. This is rarely the case.

We can all continue learning with optimism to interpret and apply what we are capable to learn amid realities. There is always a different and better way to be found from the perspective of another’s wisdom. Admire and be open to reality so that you may learn best from it.

“My formula for greatness in a human being is amor fati; that one wants nothing to be different, not forward, not backward, not in all eternity. Not merely bear what is necessary, still less conceal it … but love it. — Friedrich Nietzsche —


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