It is without surprise I am reminded of how little we know. Plans, ideas, sketches, designs; they change. Not knowing is frightening, not knowing is invigorating, not knowing is hard work. It's like walking through thick brush without a map for finding a clearing or an oasis. The challenges and the stress of the situation lead to making discoveries, about the situation and about our ability to handle it. Not every step is easy nor are they the same. Each experience, good and bad, must be lived, savored, and remembered. Not knowing leads to finding out, which in turn leads to a quest to learn more. What you discover from the experience of not knowing is up to you. Rushing along blindly leads to a lot of stubbed toes and cracked skulls. Taking the time to develop the skills to move slowly first and speed things up later is all part of the process. Learning to curb impatience and take the time needed to effectively learn from each new experience is priceless.