We have to remember what we care about in life. We all tend to have periods of our lives, or even just moments of our lives, when we learn profound things, and when we learn what it is we should really care about. Because we have those, and we remember we had them, we often think we really remember them, and even think we live them. However, much of the time, we don’t really remember them as we learned them, and we certainly don’t live them — we just remember them intellectually. So, one of the ongoing challenges is to not get caught in the trap of thinking that we know something, or thinking that we’re living some ideal, but actually working to again reach those places of profound wisdom, insight, understanding, and life.
We Think We Know, But Do We Remember
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