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"I don't know" is one of my superpowers.
Being okay with not knowing is what's at the heart of my ability to learn, my ability to experience wonder, and my ability to go for previously unexplored potentials.
Because I just don't know what's possible and what's not. Life is one wacky-wavy-inflatable-tube-man. If you think you have it figured out, you don't have it figured it out.
There is power, freedom and even joy in not knowing what this world is and what your truth is. It's in not knowing that you can seek. When you know what's real & true and what isn't, the game is over for you.
One of the fundamental elements of playing, exploring, adventuring is not knowing what will happen.
Honestly, I think "God is omniscient" is a myth. I don't think God even knows everything. God's discovering its own potentials as it unfolds. It's the only thing that makes sense.
I think there are two aspects of God. There is God as Game Designer. You know, the Creator of All-That-Is. That's the face of God people usually talk about. And then, there is God as Co-Player. You know, the aspect of God that's with you, experiencing the ride of life through you. The uncertainty & the unknown. The up's and the down's.
It's been my experience that God's with us at all times. And God is one infinite mofo. That's why it's wise to not know things. Because the less you know, the more of the infinite you actually get to see.
Btw, the awesome man I was getting to speak with in the video is @theawakeningself, and the Safe Space that facilitated the conversation was set up for us by @joe_tamko. Thanks guys! 🌟