To be non technical is to reduce our possibilities, accept our limitations, and limit the opportunities that ourselves can become.

But on the other hand, to declare oneself as non-technical is to recognize what we prioritize, not focusing on leveling up skills we deem to be technical.

Eg. I can learn how to code, I know I am capable of doing so. I don’t know if Ill be good or not. But I choose not to start learning because I feel I can add value back by doing other things (eg. Having conversations).

I guess I can reframe it with the following: I choose not to understand this yet.

It could be the power of 'yet' that helps makes this less final.