I don’t know

Dear ones, at times there are life situations that tax our ability to understand; that go beyond our training and life experience. There are questions that even Google can’t answer.

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Having the “correct” answers, knowing the facts and getting it “right” are all rewarded in your human world, also appearing wise and intelligent.

Remember this: not knowing everything is an option. Allowing mystery to exist is an option.  Practice saying “I don’t know.” Nothing bad will happen!

Surrender. Release the situation to all that is, the infinite wisdom of the web of all things, the vast knowledge we all have access to without pushing, striving, or struggling.

The answers you seek will come to you when the time is right, at the intersection of your ceasing to push, openness to receive and your belief that the answers will come.

You will have peace of mind more often when you learn the fine art of surrender, the freedom of saying I don’t know, and releasing your grip on needing to be the one with the answers.

Learn to surrender to the wisdom of all that is, to be humble and trust that you don’t need to know everything!

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