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    On Jan 29, 2013 Conrad wrote:


    More   notions related to what Ganoba and Ricky said:
     by  Gail Brenner

    I think it's much more interesting to live not knowing than to have answers which might be wrong.

    - Richard P. Feynman -
     
     
    9Gail Brenner)The Wisdom Of Forgetting What You Know
    We are so afraid to let go, to just be, to allow the unfolding of this marvelous life without getting in the way. This fear keeps us paralyzed and stuck. And longing for the peace that is possible -- if only we would put down all the efforts we make to know. There is no greater gift you can give yourself than the invitation to enter the world of not knowing. Why? If you are always going to know what you know now, things will always stay the same. How could they change? And by thinking you know what will happen, you are closing yourself off to the unimaginable -- endless peace, unspeakable joy, awe and wonder." Gail Brenner shares tips on how to "forget what you know". { read more }
     


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