some interesting read …


Questions hold the power to draw out answers that surprise us. If we are on an inner journey to greater self-knowledge, we must seek to understand unfamiliar parts of ourselves. The most enlightening answers are released by our subconscious minds or by our intuition. Use questions frequently to go exploring.


Try these out:


– What qualities do you find most attractive in others?
– How do you exhibit those same qualities?
– What is your greatest fear? Why do you fear that?
– What message is your body trying to get through to you?


“If we would have new knowledge, we must get a whole world of new questions.”


— Susanne K. Langer”

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  1. I saw a nice movie on TV, Lifetime channel…even though I am not a huge fan of the “victim’s channel”  It seems this way to me anyways.  But the movie was called, “From Homeless to Harvard.  The Liz Murray Story” it was really good.  I suggest if you can find it, you watch it.  It is inspiring.  Well, I enjoyed it anyway. 

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