Celebrating: Answers are (always) forthcoming
Today we’re celebrating this:
That the secrets to all inquiry are within the system.
This cosmos — this reality — is built with the secrets embedded within it. Which is why anyone who seeks long enough for love, the cure for polio, a happy grump, the meaning of life, a perfect latte, will find it.
All questions ultimately yield answers, because reality is built to answer the persistent.
How do I know this for sure? Because of the ten-million-plus answers to questions that have been answered since time immemorial.
What does this mean for you?
Ask better questions.
Ask questions you want answers to.*
Ask them persistently.
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* As opposed to asking questions that can only weaken you.
Examples I see people asking:
Why am I so fat?
Why can’t I find love?
Why can’t I ever _______?
I was a master of asking the wrong questions.
Now I ask questions that lead to answers I want. Believe me, if you ask persistently enough an answer will emerge about why you can’t and won’t find love . . . but if you flip it — how can I find love?, or better, how can love find me?, answers will aggregate. As you follow the prompts from your answers, the situation you seek is created . . .
Part of the What creators do series.
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