The thought on questions being nets cast into the sea is an interesting
one. I was pondering questions one day and asking myself one of my
favorite questions, "Why?" "Why ask questions?" I was writing the word
"question" repeatedly in an art/everything journal I have started. I then
saw the word "Quest" in front of me. The act of questioning, I concluded,
sends us upon a quest for the answer. The objective of that quest is the
The question also becomes a hook upon which to catch the answer as it goes
by. So many answers are available for us, if only we recognized them.
The questions are the hook for the mind to know that it is looking for
something. When that answer becomes available, we recognize it very
quickly as the answer to the question. Hence, the process of asking
questions is critical to the process of gathering information and
assimilating it in a meaningful manner. The act of questioning sends us
upon a journey, a quest, to find the answers.
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-- Ann-Marie Johnson email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Meeting Facilitator