I get frustrated when I learn some new thing about life that most people learned as a child. When I was venting my frustration, KavinCoach simply said, "You don't know what you don't know." I had to puzzle over this for several weeks. (I am a little slow sometimes.) I finally understood that I didn't know enough to ask the right questions. I reflected back to when I was first learning to trouble shoot and repair computers. I took one class on servers where most of the information seemed like a crash course on an alien world. The teacher asked the question at the end what we got out of the class. I simply replied, "I can read my computer magazines." First starting out I was so lacking in knowledge that I couldn't even ask a dumb question. I had nothing to draw on. I was so clueless on interpersonal relationships, I couldn't ask the right questions. When I read self help books, the authors were talking over my head. I wasn't stupid, I just didn't know. "You don't know what you don't know!"