April 8, 2020
Here’s an amazing fact: the average four-year-old asks more than four hundred questions a day! When we were four, were our questions considered important or were they ignored? Was our curiosity satisfied or did we eventually learn not to ask? If so, did we then build around us, an ego-wall of self-certainty—inside of which we felt secure because - we knew what we knew - and that was enough? No questions needed? If we were to take down those walls of certainty and let the world in, would our curiosity come flooding back? Would we again have four hundred questions? Would our living become a renewed experience?