I don’t know.

It’s generous. It’s the right thing to do. It’s human. It’s honest. It’s helpful. It’s brave.

I don’t know.

These three words are some of the strongest words in the English language. Rather than saving face, rather than appearing knowledgeable, being able to admit our faults without repercussions is a sign of confidence in each other.

And I’d like your help to find out what we can do.

Even stronger.

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