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    Goals, Intention, Attainment and Non-Attainment

    Our topic is goals, but somehow a couple comments by others from a conversation about faith strike me as somehow relevant:

    Calvino Rabeni: I heard faith described lately as a willingness to fully live, along with an existential condition that life is utimately unknowable, and to come to terms with that not-knowing

    Eliza Madrigal: "Not knowing is most intimate"

    Lately, goals are looking like a "best guess" about the unknown, the best "outcomes" are usually the ones that far surpass our imaginations, and even unremarkable events can become very precious when noticed with appreciation.  And yet it can be very comforting (enlivening?) to point ourselves in some direction, to feel guided, rather than feeling cast adrift. 

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