The path to success is progressive and iterative. We get there by being brave enough to ask the hard questions along the way.

Image by  Will Simpson

Image by Will Simpson

Euphonious dichotomy a pleasant sounding question that is messed up, confused, wrong, divisive.

Better questions. Ask better questions, practice. This helps drive conversation which drive connections. Asking others leads to asking myself better questions which leads to better thinking as thinking often is answering self generated questions.  

What questions are worth the time and which are not? Just because a question can be formed doesn’t give it value. Questions can be helpful, insightful, well formed, add meaning, lead to expansion of knowledge or happiness, foster collectiveness, and/or are just nice. Some questions are the opposite, non sensical, questions for questioning’s sake, leading to divisiveness, formed without presence or awareness. I wait to spend my time on the first category of questions and stop, lose, avoid the second. This is what it meant by: The hard thing to know is to which notions to be ‘only don’t know' about and which are not worth the time.

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This journal is meant as a reminder to encourage my future self. Where I work on my mental fitness and ‘adulting’. A reminder to him to operate in the world with love and compassion and some tips put together in a moment of clarity to help him when he is less clear and caught up in stuff the he can’t control.  Continue the conversation anytime: