As you go through life, you will know doubt learn more. You will learn about this world, more about those around you, more about life, and more about yourself. And if you deliberately seek wisdom and knowledge, you will learn even more and expand your capabilities along with it.
But, the best thing you can do to help you learn and grow is to ask questions of yourself. And the better the questions you ask, the better the answers you will get - or seek.
I have been thinking about this lately and spending time asking myself questions - important ones. Some of them I have started formulating answers to, others I still have no answer as of yet. But, just in asking the question, it has stimulated new ways of thinking and breakthroughs in other areas of my life.
I've been asking myself a lot of questions, but here are 11 questions I think everyone needs to ask themselves at some point in their life.
These questions no doubt spur tons of other questions and each one is like it's own version of the white rabbit taking you down it's own rabbit hole. I don't know if I will ever settle on firm answers on all of them as the changing nature of life is part of the adventure. But isn't it worth it to seek the answers? I believe so. I believe the more I understand the answers to these questions, the better my life will be - not just for me, but all those in it with me. Ask better questions of yourself and better your life!
Each day that the world pandemic goes on, more and more destruction take place to people's lives, jobs, businesses, and psyche. There is no sugar coating it. It is a dark time economically. But everywhere I look there are incredible examples of resilience, ingenuity, fortitude, caring, and compassion. I short, there is beautiful light being put into this world all around us everyday.
And every day, we have an opportunity. We have our chance, to be the light for someone else.
Whether it is something as simple as a phone call to check in on a friend you haven't spoken to in a while, a note of encouragement for someone who is working hard to keep a business afloat during this time, or donating to a cause - there are many ways to be the light.
While, sadly, a great many people will let "life happen to them" during these times and let anger, resentment, the events that have transpired in their life, and in many ways give up; we cannot be one of them. We must be there for them and show them they have more control than think and that even in the darkest of times in their life, there is good - there is light. There is always light.
Be the light in someone's world today and shine as bright as you can!
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