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With age, comes wisdom. It’s what we always say. But sometimes we forget that knowledge can lie within us already—that our instincts and feelings are sometimes more than enough to guide us, even when we’re young, raw and stumbling fresh into the world. Sometimes wisdom lies in gut feeling, and that’s all there is to it.

This month, we bring you two personal essays that speak to the knowledge that waits when we least expect it. In You Said There Wouldn’t Be Bears, Camille Griep takes us on twin hikes—one through the wilderness of Montana, and the other through the even wilder terrain of yuppie San Francisco. And in First Men, Lisa Mrock casts her glance back at three pivotal moments in the life of a budding romantic. In poignant and at times almost uncomfortable flashbacks, each of these pieces takes a hard look at what it means to be sure of something when you aren’t even sure of yourself. 

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