I don't know...


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DO WE REALLY NEED TO HAVE AN OPINION ABOUT EVERYTHING ?
There was a time when I was afraid to say these three words. 'I don't know'. after all, indicated that I was either too stupid to know anything or had too little backbone to have an opinion about something.

No one had ever told me that way, but conditioning made it feel like that. and that started at primary school. The children who raised their fingers and had an answer were usually responded positively. especially if your answer was correct.
But also later, when my opinion was asked about something and I confessed that I didn't actually have one or hadn't thought about it yet, I was looked at more muddled. everyone has their own opinion, right. Just saying “I don't know” felt almost like failure. This is often the case, in the end, you have your own opinion based on your norms and values. BUT. .

Is knowing everything in black and white (without taking into account all the shades of color that exist) really a sign of intelligence? Should you spread this opinion inappropriately and inappropriately? So is your opinion the only truth? Does your opinion give you the right to judge another person's life and choices without knowing the whole story and literally walking their path?

Isn't the most honest and intelligent answer occasionally ordinary. I DON'T KNOW.

The witch of tales,

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