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"I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing." ~Socrates

How much do you value the unknown? How much do you appreciate what you do not know?

Rumi - the great Sufi mystic put it this way. "Sell your cleverness and purchase bewilderment." And, Lao Tzu the great Chinese philosopher said, “To know that you do not know is true knowledge. To think you know when you do not is a disease. Recognizing this disease as a disease is to be free of it.”

So, Socrates put it one way, Lao Tzu and Rumi another!

On the cusp of Season IV, (BE SURE TO VOTE FOR THE NEW COVER ART HERE! It takes just two clicks!!) This "bridge" episode challenges the listener to embrace the unknown.

"Not knowing can be incredibly liberating and lead you to a place of trust and faith."

Rather than being totally self-defeating, learning to appreciate and accept what you don't know can take you to a place of powerful humility.

The smartest most logical people in the world ultimately, run up again the unknown. Logic is built upon and founded upon what was once unknown and seemingly illogical.

The iChing - Book of Changes

Tao Te Ching

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