It appears simple: we know something because we are told of it and the sum of what we know becomes our body of knowledge to be held in books and in memory. What if this does not describe knowing at all, but simply belief?
This line from the Dark Mountain Manifesto stopped me in my tracks when I first read it and, in a sense, I’ve been hovering, listening, and looking for how to respond ever since. In fact, you might say, I’ve not gone any farther. Perhaps, I’ve even backed-up. The question that really holds me is oneContinue reading ““What do we do when we stop pretending?””