“The hard questions always have more than one right answer. The easy questions have no answers at all. That’s the universe’s way of keeping things balanced.” — Solomon Short
The Key to Wisdom
It’s been said that “The key to wisdom is knowing all the right questions.”
I believe that statement is true.
I also believe that taking the time to ask the right questions—and then becoming still and receptive so that I can hear Life answer—is what wisdom, self reflection, and personal development are all about.
Below are just a few of the questions everyone should ask themselves at least once in their life:
- What are you most passionate about?
- When you were a little kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
- How old would you be if I didn’t know how old you were?
- If you could forgive anyone, who would that person be, and how would your life be different because of it?
- What makes your heart smile?
- What is the best thing that has happened to you today?
- What are you most grateful for?
- Who were you before you were you?
- What is the biggest thing you’ve learned from life so far?
- How important do you think your thoughts are?
- Who are you now?
- What one thing will you do today to make someone else’s life better?
Tips to Grow By
As you already know, there are no right or wrong answers. Your responses today will be different today then they will be a couple of weeks from now and a few years from now. What’s most important is to cultivate a habit of continually asking the “right questions” and keeping your heart open so that you will know when an answer has been given.
What’s the most important question you’ve ever asked of Life? Please leave a comment in the space below.
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