I remember sitting in a Zendo and hearing the teacher say, ONLY GO DON’T KNOW. What if we could stop our easy judgments and accept that we don’t really know the whole story? Whenever I am able to do that in a given situation, what follows is almost always a sense of freedom. My guess is that has been so for lots of us. To allow the now, our immediate experience, and let it inform us (shape us inwardly) is to both know and not know (think, project, assume) at the same time. It’s hard to live that transparency most of the time, but how lovely when we can.