I Don’t Know is all about this simple Truth.

Most of the time, on most topics, I don’t know.

Instead, I only “know” what someone else has said.

I don’t know, if they really know. Often they too, only “know” what they’ve heard or read from someone else.

Most of the time, on most topics, we merely parrot what others have said. And imagine, that we really Know.

I have learned, that this a very important thing to Know.

Recognising what I don’t know, makes me feel humble.

Accepting that I don’t know, makes me feel free.

Observing when others really don’t know either, makes me feel equal… and forewarned.

Intuiting when no one really knows, makes me feel unity, understanding, and empathy.

We’re all in this world of lies, half-truths (now called ‘spin’)… together. And what a sad and sorry flock of unthinking parrots we all are! In truth, none of us really Knows much about anything.

Welcome to my blog… an ongoing collection of observations and reflections on what I Don’t Know.


5 Responses to “About”

  1. 1 Kylee McNeill Lavens July 18, 2009 at 7:54 am

    This is fabulous and you are dead right, I have often wondered why people don’t just admit the obvious. Human beings are a clueless lot. However I believe that it is as we share what we think that we gain further insight. We need to connect to spirit to tune into the truth and I think we have been going about that all wrong. or somewhat wrong…. I also think that as we have now reached the age of evolution I like to call “the clueless age”. Where we have much accumulated knowledge and prejudices and beliefs and religions etc etc but still remain blind to the simplicity of the truth.The age in history where we now have enough knowledge to put the story together, but are we too blinded to see it?
    This is in part what my novel is about, how little I know and how that actually adds up to a whole lot. Enough to satisfy my seeking soul for now anyway and that is a whole lot more than I had before.

    Would love to chat with u about how little we know .Good to catch up with u again …..

  2. 2 Mike October 7, 2009 at 6:46 pm

    I do not know either… just can say that, when trying to figure out about what I really care for, the answers that silence brings, often feel so right to me.

  3. 3 Dave Harrison February 28, 2011 at 1:29 am

    You know that you’re blissful. What you don’t know is that you’re not an ignoramus. Now we BOTH know.

  4. 4 Eso March 20, 2011 at 2:58 am

    One must learn from one that knows…. of course I heard that somewhere (LOL)

    Love the genuine pondering, on a question that always remains camouflaged, by the (really not knowing) illustrious ego.

    I think I’ll add you to my favoured reading list, if you don’t mind.

    Thanks for sharing


  5. 5 Fred July 22, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    I have a thought on truth: Truth is a lot like the stars.

    We can only ever at best connect the dots.
    We form crude constellations of truth, requiring a bit of imagination.
    Some of us can see more stars that others.
    There are a lot more stars out there that most will never see.
    For most of us, deep in the thick of civilization, the view is obscured.
    And their are many other things to distract our gaze.
    Some help us to see the constellations that they want us to see.
    Some things that look like stars are put there by other people, they help form an image, but they don’t belong.

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