Whether our experiences clarify our perceptions or defy them, it also lends us a loss of misperceptions. Yes, like a banker, it lends us experiences and the ripple effects therefrom. If we forget where we came from, we re-experience change. As we allow ambiguity to pass, we lose our illusions, as well. When we think we've arrived at clarity, which invites creativity, it creates change and our clarity surrenders to a beautiful mystery. Our struggle is our servant; we define it, not vice-versa. Freedom of choice is strongest in the mystery. Certainty is the Mind Killer.