**It’s sort of amazing to observe how thought makes every aspect of life into something complicated. What is the unknown? Isn’t it appearing moment to moment? None of us “knows” what will appear in the next moment, it’s unknown. What do we have to do to meet it? Pay attention, observe, right? Not according to opinions or beliefs, but just look. We don’t have to theorize or know anything, just look, right? When we go somewhere we don’t move “completely in the known.” It’s only when the thinking is about “what I am doing” or “what I think I know” that the attention is on ‘known’ imagery and not giving attention to the cars on the road, on the way to the store. We don’t “know” which car will appear next, it’s unknown, but when it appears in awareness, we’ll know it’s there. The unknown is revealing itself all the time, in awareness, if we’re observing, and not making up stories about it.