It’s easy to assume we know everything, or everything that matters.
If not, we can comfort ourselves that at least we know enough.
“Been there, done that,” is our unspoken mantra.
When we know, we feel the need to tell others.
When we know, there’s nothing more to learn.
When we know, listening is optional.
When we know, questions waste our time.
Curiosity and exploration are irrelevant.
A powerful thing happens when we begin with I don’t know.
We listen to others more than ourselves.
We open our mind.
We embrace the potential for change.
Curiosity and questions fuel our journey.
We become interested.