“Your complete, total, final, and absolute freedom lies in the vast realm of the unknown. To enter the unknown you must leave everything that you’ve accumulated, including the wonderful peacefulness of the present, which in the end is just one more experience, just one more construction of the mind.”
–Steven Harrison, The Love of Uncertainty
In his international dialogs, Steven Harrison invites his audiences to deconstruct their belief systems, examine their actual experience, and explore what is truly real in life. This book provides readers a unique window into these conversations, which have supported so many in living a life without practices or belief systems.
He asks, “Can we have an experience that is truly new, truly unknown? Is experience shaped by what we know?” This is not an idle philosophical pursuit, since the state of the world seems to hinge on our ability to step out of our belief systems and see others in a fresh way. In The Love of Uncertainty, Harrison continues his exploration into the nature of our existence, reaffirming that openness to the questions themselves is more important than any answers.