Life is a question managing interference. Interference is what separates our plans from what actually happens. It helps define our existence and the quality of our lives often depends on how well we manage and adapt to it. It can take multiple forms and is indispensable to the learning process. 

For if we learn only what we choose to learn, we limit ourselves to the boundaries of our intimate personal identity and the operational framework it is capable of generating on its own. 

It is unexpected interference that takes us into uncharted waters and obliges us to rise to occasions we couldn’t even imagine beforehand.