What I Really Don't Know For Sure
I remember flipping through a few O (by Oprah) magazines (I have a Zinio subscription) and have always looked forward to reading a section entitled What I (pertaining to Oprah of course) Know For Sure. I guess it takes someone as influential as Oprah for any other person out there (like me, perhaps) to shell out some resources and take part in what someone like her really does know for sure, and find some solace in truths that you can personally be assured of.
Because for the most part, in one of those almost all too fleeting points of our lives, we constantly find ourselves unassumingly clueless— devoid of any acknowledgement of what we know for sure.
Neither time, age, nor enough self-proclaimed intense life-experience can prepare you to start affirming any of those preconceived personal truths. And maybe that’s the kind of life-experience that makes what they call the ‘journey’ so much more meaningful and significant to us. The discoveries we encounter from our experiences, our decisions, our feelings, and our judgments continuously challenge and question all those truths we eagerly accept during one of those almost all too fleeting points of our lives.
That maybe, I know for sure.