Q is for Question

Questions fairly frequently disturb our equilibrium and perhaps that is their core purpose.  For most of us, as we journey through life we ask ourselves questions.  What is the point of this?  What is happening here? Why is this happening to me?

As we think about personal resilience, I would encourage you to adopt the sentiment of this Quote.  Embrace your questions and learn to live with and in the question.  These may include questions of faith, questions about meaning, questions about the future and so on.

Questions fairly frequently disturb our equilibrium and perhaps that is their core purpose.  For most of us, as we journey through life we ask ourselves questions.  What is the point of this?  What is happening here? Why is this happening to me?

As we think about personal resilience, I would encourage you to adopt the sentiment of this Quote.  Embrace your questions and learn to live with and in the question.  These may include questions of faith, questions about meaning, questions about the future and so on.

Right now there are many things that remain unsolved in our hearts.  The invitation in the quote above to “Live in the Question” rather than to seek to resolve all the uncertainties of this time is wise advice.

Affirmation: “I am learning to have patience and to be at peace with some of the questions in my life.”

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