Q is for Questions, such an endless parade. A mind-boggling whirl of constant thoughts and emotions. A sign that we are alive, a beacon of intelligence. Questions help define who we are and what we are doing, they help us to formulate opinions and reinforce our values.
Questions need answers. They demand our attention and pose problems, often of the sticky kind. But questions can also guide you along the way. We have the ability to question what is going on around us, to wonder and assess, arriving at conclusions. From simple to complex, the art of the question is constantly present.
Sometimes I wish there weren’t so many, sometimes the questions are overwhelming. But these little niggling queries often reveal great truths. So embrace the questions. Ask the right questions, ask the wrong questions, ask any kind really, just like when you were a kid.
With Q is for Questions, we are Rodin’s Thinker, allowing a stream of consciousness to flow. The difficult questions are often the best but don’t discard the importance of the simple questions either. The questions will lead you to the answers you need.
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