When we face the unknown
It’s normal to fear the unknown. But let’s see why it’s good. The unknown. We know that being able to predict the future helps us secure our basic needs. The unknown, on the other hand, comes to put these needs in danger. It removes this projected security. I come from the North American middle class. My judgement is influenced by the realities from which I come, but my logical mind is sufficiently sharp to detect and correct this judgement. It is by reconnecting with our basic needs that we come to grasp the reality of every human being on earth.
Far be it from me to suggest that I understand all of humanity, but some patterns do not lie. From these patterns, we remove models that we try to compare in order to give ourselves clues for the answers to human behaviour. Then, if these behaviours, both inside and out, generate conflict or not.
The presence of conflict allows us to remove our inclination towards dogmatism and really look into the well-being of the person. It is from this moment that we become aware that the unknown is generally only uncertainty, and that it is entirely possible to safely manage this uncertainty.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny