Perhaps there is a way of being more or less honest with ourselves and with others about what we do and do not know. Sometimes we're just moving too fast to parse the truth before our thoughts and mouths start moving and we take actions we might not have if we'd been clearer on what we did and did not know. And maybe we have to take action at some point. And maybe the very notion of knowing is itself already both clear and unclear in every moment, and there are lines we must draw around what we perceive as true while we simultaneously know those lines can be arbitrary. What helps you parse what you do and do not know?
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[image description: A heart with a quizzical facial expression looks out at the viewer. The heart is inside a circle labeled, "What I know." Around this circle is another circle labeled, "What I don't know." Around the edge of the second circle the rest of the space is labeled, "What I don't know I don't know. Text reads: "I don't what I don't know."]