As I search for answers to a number of life’s questions, I hope in some way the answers will open my own vision and understanding of the world and society we live in. As I’ve walked this journey and as I wrote my last book, I realised with a resound sadness that many of the others that I share my living journey with also struggle with the same questions. In fact I’d go as far as saying the population of the planet has at some stage asked the same question.
However, as I asked these questions and looked for the answers, I shared my thoughts with more people, one aspect became clearer as I sought the counsel of others. Each of us may well ask the same questions, however, whilst the questions are the same, every single person has a very different perspective.
So, in defining that as humans we have the gift of free thought, how is it we as a global population ask the same question? And why do we let others cloud our vision?
My own personal journey has in many ways opened my mind to clarifying this aspect of human behaviour, but before I ask, let’s set the point of view. Let’s make sure we are all asking the question from the same point of origin.
And to simplify the whole journey let’s ask just one question…
“what is the motive of your conversation?”