The Road To The Unknown

Carol and took a journey to a known favorite place — Door County Wisconsin.

However the exact location was unknown.

To travel safely on the journey to this unknown location, the reliable GPS voice and screen in my vehicle gave me prompt and precise directions — we got there!

We are now on the road to the unknown with this Corona conundrum!

More questions arise and seemingly propagate even more questions.

“When will…”

The paleontologist Teilhard de Chardin wrote on a letter to a young friend, offering left us counsel about exercising patience in the process of becoming who we really are and can be.

He said, “We are impatient of being on the way to something unknown … and yet it is the law of all progress that it is made by passing through some stages of instability — and that it may take a very long time.”

Teilhard would later say, that being on the road to the unknown was part of the process of being on the way to becoming something new.

The old question “is the glass half full or half empty” can form the decision about hope of its lack for the future.

As for me, I am happy to just have a glass!

I enjoy a good drink — let’s fill in with whatever quenches our thirst in this current thirsty unknown.

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