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We can not expect to have an answer for every question, but that does not mean we should not ask.

It is by asking questions that we find greater questions and greater answers. So, where should the questioning begin.     The answer is: you.

Ask your self simple questions to begin with, like "What is my favorite color?"

This leads to "Why is this my favorite color?" Eventually you reach the questions that are the most difficult, such as                                           "How does this color impact my decision making and my relationships?"                                                    Take your time with answers all through the process, and you will find yourself growing along the way.                 Although you should begin with a self-centered focus,

at some point you should allow your questions to encompass the world around you.

Finally, do not be afraid to ask questions for which answers are not available. Just asking the question may lead to enlightenment.

"The need for mystery is greater than the need for an answer"

Ken Kesey

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