Enlightenment and explanation

It should be obvious that those who live enlightenment lives have demonstrated a unique ability to learn from everyone and everything around them.*
(Erwin McManus)

We can only explain what has happened.

Even then we may summarise because everything in life is way more complex than we acknowledge.

It is not possible to explain what has not yet happened, although we try in the form of predictions, recognising that sometimes we have to do this in order to plan and prepare.

Wisdom, though, encourages openness and a seeking of enlightenment from everyone and everything that we have yet to meet and that is yet to happen.

The world is bigger than explanation, as are our lives through enlightenment.

(*From Erwin McManus’ Uprising.)

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