There was a student once who was always asking his mentor about understanding and enlightenment. The mentor, being patient as he was would always listen intently and answer very peacefully to the questions his student would ask. “Questions are important,” said the teacher, “but the right questions are more important.” The student took years before he was truly able to understand that question, and when he would ask what the teacher meant, the teacher would only respond: “The answer is not nearly as important as the question.”No answer is ever as important as the question. For example, if I were to say the word blue, you would probably be puzzled. If I asked what color that car is over there, and then you said blue, the word blue has much more meaning. So few people ever learn to ask the right questions. Instead, so many people want to be the one with the answers. The answers aren’t important is we are asking the wrong questions. If I were to ask what the law of attraction is, you might give me an answer, and the question and answer might be ok. If my next question is whether or not you use… Read full this story
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