Confusion?

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Have you ever been confused? I didn’t lead you here, because I am not the author of confusion. Have you ever been aware of the limitations of your current state of knowledge, and known that it was incomplete? You may have thought that this was confusion, but these are not the same thing. Confusion is moral ambiguity, cognitive dissonance, and mental conflict. This is not from me, but it is healthy to be aware that your current understanding is limited. This provides the incentive for you to continue to follow me, that you may move forward to fill in the gaps and continue to receive the greater revelation of myself that I always make available to you. 

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