Many people think it is a bad thing to get lost.
Several people are embarrassed and therefore refuse to ask directions.
But getting lost should be a desired goal ever so often.
When you get lost you are forced to think outside the box.
Often you discover places and meet people you would have never met otherwise.
Getting lost can be serendipitous — in that you discover just what has been at the back of your mind.
Do not take the sure and proven path all the time.
Commit to getting lost regularly so you can exercise what you don’t know.
It is comfortable, and even arrogant for us to bask in what we know. But awareness does not allow us to grow.
You can only grown when you don’t know, when you have to figure something else out.
Live for not knowing, and Discover what you get to know.
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