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“In my mind there’s questions. I have so many questions
Why am I here? What do I do? How do I feel? What do I say? Where do I go? How do I do it?
Aww questions. All inside my head”

We all have them…questions. On any given day there are a myriad of questions rotating all through the mind, which I think is normal. Living as a minuscule particle in an immeasurable time and space causes one to ponder the purpose of existence. And, even without being super deep, there are a plethora of day-to-day questions that hit as soon as an individual awakes. Again, I presume these to be quite normal too as everyone is trying to figure out the best way to…survive.

But, I think it’s important to ensure the questions don’t stifle progress. If the questions become more suffocating than motivating, there’s a problem. Either we lack discipline in handling complexity or we are allowing something to whisper sweet doubt to us. Sometimes we can’t answer the deep philosophical questions in a day and other times we can answer the daily questions in minutes and visa versa. And that means…?

It means determine what questions can be answered now and what questions can be answered only through time and progress; then move accordingly. Don’t let your questions hinder, make them propel.




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