You don’t know what you don’t know.
It’s a simple and powerful truth.
What if, when we don’t know there’s “a special knowing” that’s there for us?
Uncertainty is like spring. When a daffodil bulb feels the call of the sun warming the earth, it can’t see the light but it knows it’s there. And through a gesture of faith, it begins its journey to the light.
There are those who stop seeing because physically their eyes or their brain are no longer capable of producing the result we call sight. And there are others’ whose thoughts are so thick that they see the world through a logjam of beliefs, ideas and ideologies, expectations, hopes and habits resulting in a different loss of sight.
We’re referring to this logjam kind of blindness. How do we cure “blindness”?