When I bring myself tightly into the moment, I often feel gratitude to everything that gave rise to what I think of as, "me."
Take the number six. Toss it down on the table. Look at it one way, it's a six. Look at it another way, it's a nine. Often questions have many true answers, depending on how you look at them. This theory delineates these perspectives.
How do I know what I don't know? Knowing little to nothing about a subject can lead one to believe that they know quite a lot about it. That's the Dunning Krueger Effect. So I posted the question, "How do I know what I do not know," to my teacher. His answer was rather mind bending.