Reading provided me with more knowledge that I could ever thought of. Sometimes I muse that I would not be the person I am if I was lazy to turn pages of any published materials.
When one applies all the sifted information to good use, then positive accomplishments could be fulfilled.
However, new information arrives that sometimes negates what was thought of before as true. Initial doubts rule reason that fears of leaving what was construed as beneficial now suddenly becomes a transition to the new. What to do?
Lessons are learned all the time. It is not cowardice to accept honest mistakes. We need true courage to follow a path even though it is still littered with unknowns. In time, with due diligence of continuous discovery, the same path could be clear of ambiguities.
(This is a re-post.)