In September’s Dive-In with Dom, we explored how to navigate not knowing, and the importance of not knowing.
We usually think that not knowing is a gap, a deficiency in our ordinary knowledge. We tend to judge ourselves or feel bad, threatened or scared when we realise that we don’t know something.
And yet, all inquiry begins with the recognition of not knowing. The moment you recognise that there’s something you don’t know, inquiry can proceed. If you take the position that you already know, then no inquiry is possible. Not knowing, even if uncomfortable, is the starting point of inquiry.
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