I am a person who has more questions than answers. I often wonder why, but then, I am quickly turned to the what. I am now discovering that to take those what questions and filter them through how. Answers always seem to be vague and easy while questions tend to have work and thought connected to them.
If all we ever had were answers would we ever learn anything?
Lately I have a lot of questions, questions concerning high school friends of mine who are going through an extremely difficult period of loss and tragedy- I have no answers, only questions. I have questions around what makes a hopeless situation all of a sudden become hopeful again…
These questions have no immediate answers, and I guess I am not looking for the answers per se, but rather, comfort in the questions. I see on facebook a lot of questions, many requiring an intellectual response. We can reason answers that are either right or wrong, which to me is not the best way to look for answers. We have been programmed through our culture, education system, parenting to provide the right answers!
Life is not about right or wrong, it is about the way we respond to our daily experiences.
Life is not about answers, life is about questions and what we learn in those experiences,
Am I right???
Thanks again for stopping by,
~EsseRealis (Being Real)