If I'm wandering lost in the woods, but don't know I'm lost, that's ignorance.
If I've seen or been told that I'm lost, but won't admit the possibility, that's denial.
If I know I'm lost, that's clarity.
If I accept the fact that I'm a human capable of getting lost, that's humility.
If I'm willing to experience my confusion and fear, that's courage.
If I know and accept being lost and fearful, and am willing to do something in response, that's clarity and responsibility -- and freedom.