Question versus Answer

An Answer has only one possibility.  It may be a good idea to have an answer when balancing our checkbooks.  In many matters, we spend inordinate amounts of time and energy seeking the Answer.  Growth appears in the Question and in answering life’s questions; it can also be liberating to not have to know.
Wonder is a great and the curiosity that we see in a child’s eyes is magical.  When and where did we lose that?  It is right there in our hearts if we would only search within rather than outside. Look for infinite possibilities in the Question.

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