So true. The more you truly understand something, the easier the concepts are to explain.
And then there are the people who believe they know everything there is to know. For example, my DH runs a granite countertop business. You wouldn't believe the number of clients he has had that try to tell him how to do his job and truly have no clue what they are talking about. And the same people usually have a spouse that apologizes for them.
We just need an open mind, ready to learn more, and capable of letting go of old beliefs when they are proved wrong. We learn more about ourselves and the world around us by listening, studying, and through trial. A rider learns through practice and guidance from an experienced mentor. We cannot simply explain how to do anything, or why something happens unless we have a deep understanding of it.
I wonder if anyone really understands why red and blue make purple? Anyone can see that they make purple, but why? No one could explain the process unless they truly understood it. Posted via Mobile Device