Sunday, August 17, 2014

Answers#6

Just a Thought--
We've heard many times, "Give me an answer."  Now, listen to that very closely, what is it telling the listener to do?  It implies to give them what they already find familiar, tradition, known, excepted etc.  Yes?  Or perhaps you've heard, "Answer me!" in a heated moment.  Still, the same implies; to give what is basically familiar or anticipated.  So then, where is there room to just reply as one wishes, with a freedom to reply with the insight and wisdom you've discovered?  Is not the basic "question-answer" format limited?  There is nowhere to think clearly or beyond the structure of its anticipations and conclusions.  Wouldn't you like to just reply without searching for an answer?  I wonder if you're searching for the right answer to this now.