answer questions – question answers

Sometimes, in reaching for a fuller expression of our potential and a “higher” (broader, further-reaching) perspective on our tiny lives, it helps to ask ourselves a good question.

Self-inquiry – as a tool, as a method – can sometimes lead to useful answers.

That said, we should strive to be ever-vigilant about the the ways in which our (often unconscious) biases, assumptions, and beliefs can influence, color, or even give rise to the answers we arrive at.

So by all means, we should seek answers to the questions we have that keep us from employing our full potential in life, but we should also question those answers.

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