In Gregg Braden’s latest book “Deep Truth” he begins to ask the question; Who are we? And he concludes that we still have not answered this question despite over 5000 years of recorded history. Do you know why that is? My knowing tells me that it is because a question like that can be answered in infinite ways. Just give it a thought or know for yourself, who are you? What if a possible answer would be; I can be and do anything, everything and nothing at all? Would it make more sense than telling myself, I am a mother, I am an alcoholic, I am god, I am a swimmer, etc etc? Can you honestly say, I cannot be or do everything?
So, what if questions cannot really be answered? They can be asked, and then when the time is right you will get the awareness of a possibility arising from the question. What is an answer then? What if an answer is a conclusion and can never be a possibility of something greater? Does it make sense? To me it does. Every time I have found an answer I judged myself or the answer when someone posed a question showing a greater possibility. Oh, by the way, coming to conclusion requires you to judge, compute or consider. I.e. when you conclude you will never create peace. Peace comes from question and possibility, not judgment. What else is possible now with becoming peaceful, asking questions and getting more aware?
What would you like to choose from now on? To always live in the question and make choices? Or to always come to conclusion and never really live?