Sunday, April 30, 2017
"It is better to live without knowing, than to live in error."
So they say.
I like what Garth Last, MD and friend told me:
"I believe every single decision we make is made with inadequate information. But we still need to decide. We can correct course at a later point when more information becomes available."
I also like what Scott Peck, MD said,
"A rule of thumb: if at a particular moment, we are in a position to choose a particular perspective concerning a circumstance, we should probably choose the most dramatic perspective- one that imparts the greatest possible significance." (paraphrased)
People of the Lie
No, I do not believe it is better to live without knowing than to chance being in error.
We can go ahead and know, through a glass darkly.
In time we will see better and know more.
For now, we can dare to know what we think we know.
I can dare to impart significance to my life.
Keep looking, friends.
Avoid the "error-less" path.
Thanks for being you,
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