Living the Questions.



This past year was sort of an experiment in disconnection.  Stepping back from intense searching and longing. I spent more time observing. Living the questions.  Practicing being with the unknown.  I want to remember these:

What is it like to not care so much?  How might disconnection serve me?

What can I let go of?

What does it truly mean to love myself?  Love others?

What does self-acceptance look and feel like?

Is this relationship reciprocal?  What’s my role?

What’s the pattern here?  What’s my responsibility?

How can I be less responsible?

What does it look and feel like to be fully present?

What is my relationship with openness and structure?

What do healthy boundaries look like?

How do I contribute what I really want?

What is the best way to share my gifts?  What are my gifts?

Am I willing to risk stability to live my truth?  What are the limits?

Can it be easier?

When will I be ready?  Will I know?  Is it time to leap?

Is this a time to push through? Persevere?  Get tough?

Is it time to sit back? Accept?  Slow down?

Will I survive this?

What is the next step?

What is this longing?

This is a response to #reverb10 prompt:
Imagine you will completely lose your memory of 2010 in five minutes. Set an alarm for five minutes and capture the things you most want to remember about 2010.  (author: Patti Digh)


2 thoughts on “Living the Questions.

  1. LOVE these questions. I feel like I should print them out and post them on the wall, so I can keep coming back to them and asking myself again. I think I will : )

    1. i’m honored that you would print them out. it feels so good to be able to connect with others in this way. i’m grateful this resonated with you… xoxo

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