In Wherever You Go, There You Are, by Jon Kabat-Zinn, in the chapter entitled “Mt. Analogue,” Kabat-Zinn says:
“In a way, that’s all any of us do when we teach. As best we can, we show others what we have seen up to now. It’s at best a progress report, a map of our experiences, by no means the absolute truth. And so the adventure unfolds.”
This is a great way to describe why I write.
Thought I’d share.