Friday, September 13, 2013

Double Questions

“However, an honest question is a learning tool that asks for something you do not know. It does not set conditions for response, but merely asks what the response could be. But no one in a conflict state is free to ask such a question. Only within the holy instant can an honest question be honestly asked. Therefore, attempt to solve no problems here, but bring the problem to the only place that holds the answer lovingly for you – the holy instant. Within the world the answers merely raise another question, while they leave the first unanswered. In the holy instant, you can bring the question to the answer, and receive the answer that was made for you.”


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