I don't know
(by Daniel Adeyemi)
When I hear people say ‘I don’t know’, my probing mind doesn’t stop there because I think it could mean different things:
I don't have enough information to give an informed opinion on this.
I haven't thought about this well enough to give my opinion.
I know what the answer is but I'm not comfortable talking about this.
Many times when I hear people frequently say I don’t know, I often stop to ask what they mean or wonder if going a step further would be a better response.
*Daniel is a deliberate amateur who currently lives in Lagos. He writes about what gets to him danieladeyemi.com.ng
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