“What’s wrong with being naïve? Wasn’t Christopher Columbus naïve? Wasn’t Ghandi naïve? Weren’t the 1969 New York Jets naïve?”
Eric Weiner, The Geography of Bliss
I’m slowly working my way through this book, and I’ve been enjoying it. He’s in Iceland now, and I find it interesting how a lot of his descriptions of the people there could easily apply to Finland. He talks about how in Iceland, it’s okay to be naïve, “because you can always start over.”
What would you do if you could start over? Or, have you ever started over, and how did it turn out?