Answers….

Answers… answers feeds the question loop.

who are we kidding? When we ask a question, we already have the answer. it any sound cryptic when i say this; the answer lies in the question. Sounds kinda ‘Matrix’ huh?

What else can be added to the already confusing array and plethora of questions we create in our head every micro second?

Lets create answers. even when we don’t have it. So now we have to pretend? Sure why not? reality and fantasy, what’s the difference? sure beats the hell out of being piled in miles and miles of endless questions.

Tying this to receiving. at our level of questioning, we will never find the answers. Albert Einstein said something like that. We have to go to another level where the answer is, the answer is never at the same level of the questioning. Well, even if it is there, right next to the question, can we see it? and accept the answer?

So we if we have to ask a question, we must be prepared to receive the answer, in any manner, anytime, any form. Answers are just answer, we have to make sense of what we receive, not the other way around, looking for answers that fit our questions. it was never meant to be that way. the answers come, we have to make sense of it. understand it, even if the answer is so brutally unreasonable. we have to find courage and patience to make sense of it. from there we get growth. receive answers, not throw out more questions. this world is already noisy enough, why make it noisier?

So ask a question, and humbly wait for the reply, and when there is an answer, accept it, trying to understand it. don’t simply throw it away and asked another yet the same question. The answer, this time might not come around so soon.

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About Who is Randy Lim

This blog is about the journey and experiences in my life as an Aikidoka. With close to 20 years in the arts, I'll make comments and judgements based on 2 principles, E&E. Experimentation and Experiential reflection. please enjoy, and comment freely.
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