Questioning (March 1996)
Being prepared to question, even the unquestionable, means that we will never be beyond learning more.
One of the most important things you, as a wayfarer, could do at any moment, would be to question everything. Questioning must not be underestimated, because once an individual becomes practiced at this consistent questioning, it becomes very much a natural part of what they do in daily life. For questioning to be a normal and natural part of life is to great advantage, for it is assurance that the wayfarer will more easily identify issues that may be more difficult to detect if the effects of them are subtle. It is also assurance that an attitude of inquiry is present at all times, making for a rich and interesting relationship with life.
The more an individual questions in life, the more implication there is that learning is taking place and when an individual is learning, they are enjoying and life has meaning.
Imagine what it would be to be an unquestioning person, or to be selectively questioning. Life would have little or no meaning without these questions. Inquiry, questions and thus, a desire to know, must be an important aspect of any vision.
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