Live the questions now. Perhaps then, someday far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer. --Rainer Maria Rilke

The Beauty of Questions

The Beauty of Questions

Oct 26, 2012-- "I don't think we always give questions the time and attention they deserve, often mistaking them as being mere stepping stones to an answer (...) When used properly, questions have the potential to connect us to the world of another. A heartfelt "How are you?" or "How was your day?" can become the bridge that keeps us in relationship to the lives of those we love. Sometimes, too, questions create a bridge within ourselves, allowing us to hear what's going on at a deeper level. We know when we've encountered a question that has this potential because it stays with us -- maybe for the day, maybe for our whole lives. It taps us on the shoulder to wake us up, or it wiggles its way in more deeply, opening us up to seeing things in a new way." The following article dives deep into the beauty of questions. (8431 reads)


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