You said that you’re panic because you don’t know. It’s terrifying because…
“ I don’t know “ is like walking on a single-plank bridge blindfolded.
I do not know what I should have known. I do not know what I could have known. If only I could just find a way to take off the blindfold, I would have all the answers.
“Knowing” means to have something, and “not knowing” means the opposite. If you know nothing, you have nothing.
然後 —— 突然鬆了一口氣。緊繃的肩膀放鬆了，腳又好好地踩在泥土上了。
But you remembered you have had some better days with “I-don’t-know” too.The moment you realized maybe you don’t know, it was a weight off the shoulders. You felt you have your feet on the ground, once again.
When you don’t know, you simply trust. When you can’t plan directions, you follow your heart.
“Knowing” appears like the ultimate way out. But when you know everything, you end up being locked in. Exits are all gone – until you loosen your grip. When you don’t know everything, there is a light coming in. Unknown shed the light. Lights coming in through unknown.
Sometimes I don’t know. Sometimes I don’t have to know.