Often the hardest part is to keep our mind open until the lesson is clear. If we are too quick to quell the anxiety during the stage of ambiguity we rush for an explanation that aligns with what we already believe and as a result miss the mark. Because we contribute to what we see, we can remain blind to the guidance that is offered and interpret it in a way that makes sense but does not disturb what we already believe. In other words, we avoid real learning and engage in rehearsal of what we already believe to be true. This is how we can remain on the threshold of discovery our entire lives without ever crossing the line that is required to become our creative best.

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