That elusive place between not knowing and hoping-knowing.
The joyous struggle of wrestling with the process in figuring it out.
When we “already know” it closes doors and makes choices narrower. And it’s good to have some things already set, choices made.
Then we get to spend more focused time on discovering possibilities in the areas where we need to grow or want to effect change.
Beginners mind. It’s a good place to be.Comment:
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