Tag Archive | Questions
The novelist is not someone who answers questions but someone who asks them. ~Haruki Murakami As a coach, I don’t like to provide answers…directly. My preference is to ask questions akimbo to existing beliefs forcing thought out of parallel opening the brain to incongruence. Then, in the ensuing back and forth possibilities gadabout until a […]
Life is a journey to be experienced, not a problem to be solved. ~Winnie the Pooh I am 57 years into my journey and have more questions today than when a toddler in nappies uttering the mantra, “Why?” to every answer attempting to explain adult truths. Why is a question used when attempting to solve […]
So long as I have questions to which there are no answers, I shall go on writing. ~Clarice Lispector What is the value of cats? The questions without answers tend to be the most interesting questions. Questions with answers are a dead-end street. Answer = Stop. Park the car for eternity. No more thinking required.
Your art is not about how many people like your artwork. Your art is about if your heart likes your work. If your soul likes your work. It’s about how honest you are with yourself and you must never trade honesty for relatability. ~Rupi Kaur I have tendency to write out of hopes of being […]