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Getting to "I don't know" and "maybe I'm wrong" is really quite something.

We need intellectual and moral humility.
We need to get past our shame of not knowing or being wrong.

I've realized over my past four years of Bridging work that often I'm not informed enough to have sound opinions.
Frankly, it's a relief to not have an opinion about everything.

It's okay not to know.
It's okay to be wrong.
It's okay to change my mind.
More than okay.
It's needed.

Here's a 3-minute clip by Kathryn Schulz, author of "Being Wrong,"
a book I highly recommend:

https://www.facebook.com/TED/videos/10158399786590652

Warmly,
Marla
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