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justwannabe2010-07-05 01:56:08 +0000 #1
why are you here? this is something I have been thinking about, I have often questioned why am I here and sometims I would let myself be crippled by this question, so the other day, when this question came up, I asked this question to the question, why are you here. Funny thing is, the question did not have much of an answer when it was being questioned.

time for golf

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Pandara2010-07-05 02:05:35 +0000 #2
Living in the now makes questions irrelevant. They become meaningless, no need to ask them. Why ask, just be at One and the need is no more.
csr2010-07-05 02:24:17 +0000 #3
thanking all for such kindness .is there any simpler way to understand? if we don't ask questions how are we to know.? i do realize that it will come when we are ready.and when we are ready we will stop asking questions. until then may we have patients and tolerance to pull us trough. answers come to those who ask. teachers will find you when you are ready to learn. peace- no more no less.
Pandara2010-07-05 02:21:18 +0000 #4
Hi CSR,

I don't say this will be true for everyone, but from my own experience I can just say the moment I stopped asking all the questions and just started to flow, the solutions/answers just appear. Some of them in the most extraordinary places/people/circumstances. I am still awe struck about how the answers/solutions just appear. Little miracles.
Jennifer2010-07-05 03:47:12 +0000 #5
PLEASE can you tell me how to stop asking all the questions?

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