We have been taught that questions must have an answer.

Traditionally speaking we rush to fill the unknown.

Uncomfortable with inquiry we speak too soon, decide too readily, and presume all too often.

Yet the real power of questions happen when we hold them open in our hands.

Living in questions and the unknown in fact makes us stronger. For the moment we ‘know’ the answer our minds shut down to all other options.

Answers close us down.

Questions open us up.

Hold open the questions and see what comes of it. You just might be pleasantly surprised.

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