Cultivate Don’t Know Mind

We’re smart people living within a knowledge-based economy. So much encourages to acquire knowledge and use it well. It is counter-cultural, maybe even counter-intuitive, to not only accept our ignorance but cultivate our not-knowing. But that is what Buddhist teacher Frank Ostaseski encourages us to do. This is the fifth of the series “Five Invitations.”

Worship Leader: Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern
Music: Brocelïande; Celtic and Early Music Ensemble