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Some here, will tell you that questioning leads to suffering and something like that and to be content in the now of not knowing.
It's had the reverse affect on me.
Whatever. I am pro asking questions. I don't care if the answer just leads to ten more questions. For me, it's not about the questions or the answers, it's about how energy moves when you do ask and get answers.
You create vortex pulls that draw in more light energy. Many may not give a tinkle about expanding the light body or being able to house more light or even understand what I mean by that. Oh well. That's how I benefit from it in answer to your question and it doesn't mean its right for everyone:)
Is it always the answer (the end result) and never the process?
Why do people play video games?
Is it for the ending, or is it for the process leading up to the end of the game? (motivations set aside; but what keeps them interested is what I'm getting at)
Or we could use reading a book and watching a movie as an example.
-------------------- "Their is one overriding question that concerns us all: How can we get out of the fatal groove we are in, the one that is leading towards the brink?" Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
"We may not be capable of eradicating the corruption of reason, but we must nevertheless counter it at every instance and with every means." Dan Agin
"Politics is the best religion and politicians are the worst followers."
-It's ok to trip as long as you don't fall.
-Substance over Style.
-Common sense is uncommon.