The above quote by Richard Feynman is the closest truth I have experienced - a worthy reminder for every time I teach or work with a client. Or just go about my daily life as a mother and a partner. Whatever needs I have "to be right", "to get it right" or even occasionally, to provide a student with an answer that they can hold onto as the "truth", this should remain as the meta perspective. In a way, this also provides us with a perspective of what and how to teach. What skills are necessary for us as we navigate through immense amounts of continually changing information? How do we support the potential growth in each other, rather than attempt to provide answers that revolve around a fixed point?