Questions are magical.

They narrow our focus, as if through a special seeking lens, onto something we don’t yet know.

Then, seeing through our seeking lens, we begin to see the answers before us.

But we can’t be lazy about questions.

Questions that hang around, yet don’t receive any effort, can become nagging, dragging negative thinking.

Ask! Then get to work!

Read. Study. Search. Think. Write. Give thanks for each piece that comes!

We won’t get where we want to go by passively waiting for the answers to appear.

Work is a great blessing!

Questions that lead to work find answers.

Love to you this winter day!
Jacque

“Truth eternal, truth divine,
In thine ancient fullness shine!
Burst the fetters of the mind
From the millions of mankind!”

Truth Eternal, Parley P Pratt
fet·ter
/ˈfedər/
noun
  1. 1.
    a chain or manacle used to restrain a prisoner, typically placed around the ankles.
    “he lay bound with fetters of iron”
    synonyms: shackles, manacles, handcuffs, irons, leg irons, chains, restraints;

 

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