The need for adults to do everything perfectly locks out a lot of optimal experiences. It’s actually when we don’t know everything that the good stuff happens. You’re more open and self-effacing when you’re learning, when you’re lost on the road, when you need to reach out. Knowing everything keeps us in a box, self-contained, needing no one, and nothing new gets in.
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