If you cannot love your incompetence you'll be wired up, hyper tense, self important, defensive, angry when you fail, you'll be trying to prove you're right, trying to put every foot in the correct step, you'll be packing your bag as a perfectionist, you'll be taking the perfect photo, you'll be hoping for control so your incompetence is not revealed, you'll be telling instead of listening ... and with all that an more .. you'll miss the perfect moments of life.
Trying to be competent you'll miss the fun, the simplicity, the humility, the creativity -you'll miss the freedom, the inspiration of life that comes from adaptation and growth. You'll miss the innovation, the exploration, the validation of your intuition.
If you embrace your incompetence you'll make less mistakes, waste less time, be more patient, more thankful, easier to be around, faster, more relaxed, more creative and generous.. ultimately, you'll smile from the inside out.
All this is critical to a fantastic life and it's mirrored in a fantastic trek in Nepal