As human beings, we really don’t know very much at all. It is important to differentiate between what we know and what we believe. What we actually know is only what we experience, no more and no less. So we are left with nothing but the experience of the present moment, the certainty of now. There is no shame in not knowing. When we meet life with a genuine sense of uncertainty, we cease to project that which we think we know and instead begin to see life for what it really is.
The secret to living with uncertainty is learning to sit with the discomfort of uncertainty.
IRIANS – The Neuroscience Institute