When I was a teenager – a book called The Book of Questions came out as I was graduating from high school. I purchased one and something changed in me.
It woke up the philosophical and psychological caverns in me – which I continue to consider passion interests decades later. The author Gregory Stock Ph.D – has no idea how much he impacted my life.
My love of living in the questions carries over today online – not just on this blog. I spend quite a bit of time perusing Quora. You know how some people can’t enough Youtube or niche blogs? I’m a Quora person. I love learning, growing, and expanding personal awareness of myself and others, not to mention our collective experience on this planet together.
I follow about 1800 topics and absorb information regularly when I’m not in resting pose – calm, peaceful, and serenely – you know…just being…glorious as that accomplishment is. (Learning to be fully in the moment is no small thing…but I digress…)
I’ve answered a few hundred questions, as well, there. I love the information exchange and the kaleidoscope of perspectives. We are never done learning…if we are lucky.
Our individual view of the world is not the only one and I savor the regular reminder. Living in the questions is a powerful way to exist.
Stay curious. It’s one of the keys to feeling fully alive.