i hope i never think i know.

i want to live in a world where "i don't know" is the currency of choice.

where those three words are recognized as both a gift of humility and generosity.

where that admission is the open doorway, the body of water in which to dive and spin and swirl.

because there is the edge of the cliff. there is the fault-line of humanity.

those three words are prostration before God and the Spirit and the mountains and the rising of the sun each morning.

from there--from the i-don't-know--is life suddenly possible. plausible, even.

it is the heartbeat, the marrow in which to sink one's teeth.