People always inspire me. They inspire me to write, think, and become a better version of me so I can help them become a better version of themselves. Most of these moments present themselves over coffee. Last week a point was made that I hadn’t thought of in a long time. “You don’t know what you don’t know.” A harsh reality.
I know that I don’t know something. I’ve been thinking about what it might be for several months now. I know I’m trying to uncover something that’s been buried. I can’t get to it, because I don’t know what it is or where to find it. It’s easy to lose hope and focus when you’ve lost something, but have no idea what it is. The idea is that as we move through life, we only know what we know. We can change that. We can learn and grow.
We have to remember that we have to ask the right questions to find the correct answers. If you are asking the wrong questions, you will only receive the wrong answers. Knowing to think and ask questions is a great place to start. We know we are striving for more. That’s a great place to start. I’d like to think the universe has a way of working these things out. You do have to be paying attention though. Open your eyes wide. Open yourself up to the universe and allow it to show you what you don’t know.