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Mind Games

The Art of Not Knowing

The humbling power of ‘I don’t know’

Photo: Gary Yeowell/Getty Images

ItIt snowed yesterday, even though it’s the middle of spring. Flurries are working themselves into a tizzy today, too. I packed only a single sweater in the two suitcases I lugged across the country with me.

I’ve worn it every day for the past week.




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Sasha Duncan

Sasha Duncan

storyteller | feminist | guide || Sasha offers teachings from her multitude of stumbles, bumbles, and breakthroughs || she/her || follow @sashamduncan

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