Having the Courage of Our Confusions

Dear Folks -




A phrase that is uttered from time to time about some leader is "He or she has the courage of his or her convictions." This is seen as an admirable trait. Usually it means that a person has taken a strong stand on some matter.




What I advocated in the "life talk" I offered in Ordinary Life this week was the importance of having the courage of our confusions. My claim is that a person who isn't confused these days simply isn't thinking. What matters most, from the most personal to the most global matters, is not answers but questions.


That is a bit of a summary of the talk I gave. You'll have to go online to see the cartoons and photos I mention.




The full text I tried to follow is below - minus, of course, the card trick and a couple of the jokes. Those are in the audio version.




Much love,




Bill Kerley


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