The question we all should ask is Why?
Why was I born? – that’s what
to ask. It shouldn’t be queried due to
sophistry or reluctance to live and get about
the doing instead of musing as we draw
good air and wonder about how we are in the
world and how the world is in us. That Why?
has been, admittedly, abused by passive-aggressive
adolescence which lingers too long in most
of us and is cured through hardship and
paying bills and responsibilities and
places to be and loves’ expectations
to meet because that’s what we want to do.
And, finally, the question Is reflexive – asked of
oneself, so please don’t be the kind of person who
ganders about asking friends and strangers
to validate one’s importance because self-importance
is more about self- than importance. Use it to
start to wonder, and when one begins to
wonder never, ever stop – that’s why.