What? Me Ignorant?

Not knowing is a good beginning.
Awareness of our ignorance helps prepare us for evolving toward awakening.

To recognize we have been lost is to attain the trailhead of the Path.


Acknowledge ignorance to begin navigating beyond it . . . taking first steps toward authentic wisdom.

Acceptance brings humility, curiosity and grace, all of which together will suddenly illuminate our being.

Ignorance is not permanent, nor is it an end-result, it is simply a beginning.

If you sense there is more to see than you already have, more to know than you already do . . . watch, pay attention, and always be true.
Sooner or later understandings will clarify.

This is not accidental.

~Neither grief or a broken heart, or fear, precludes us from doing this.