As human beings, we crave certainty. Instinctively, we find ourselves leaning into “expert-led” predictions of the future (just turn on your favorite podcast: the expert hesitates to deliver a prophecy but is eventually coaxed into it by the host). Throughout history, most crisis predictions of exactly how events will unfold have been incorrect. If a select few were right on the specifics, we’re not sure why (was it insight or was it luck?). Viscerally acknowledging that we have no idea how events will unfold creates uneasiness. But whenever we have the knee-jerk reaction to stow our discomfort away, we should…