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Identify Your Inner Questions

I have come to the conclusion that a lot of people believe that I need to be “fixed”. People shower me with advice. Most of the time it is unsolicited.  Most recently a complete stranger and the doctor’s office said “You will feel better when you identify and answer your inner questions.”

“What inner questions?”

He said, “if you pay attention there are questions that repeat themselves and flow through your mine. I spent the next hour trying to find the questions and that didn’t work. So I went to the internet. I found many questions. Most of them were not things that I tend to think about. I will share a couple. 

Does the existence of an authentic self implies the existence of a false self? (I don’t think I ever had that inner question.)

“When am I going to get my life together?” (Oh, well I probably have that thought at least once an hour.)

  • Do you have inner questions?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Are you willing to share your inner questions in the comments?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Do you believe answering questions would be calming?

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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  1. This is why I give short shrift to strangers and avoid doctors like the plague. If I had an inner question, I am quite sure it would be no outer person’s business to inquire about it. Some people don’t think enough, but here we have a classic example of people who think too much.

    If we busy ourselves all day doing good we do not have time for a lot of self-reflection. There is no false self, only the error of thinking it possible. I Am who I Am.

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