From All You Endured | 1.15.21

A question I’ve been trying to ask more in the relationships that fill my life is a simple one, but one of massive importance. It’s a question that forces us to think outside ourselves, but it’s also a question that requires us to be fully prepared to listen, to truly listen to the answer given. So often in our lives we ask questions for no other reason than the automatic habit of asking, “How are you?” “What’s up?” “How’s it goin?” and yet we don’t even really register the true response. This question, the one posed in the haiku below, is one that forces us outside the auto-ask-ignore-answer mode, and makes us truly think.

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