QUESTIONS

Definition of Question:
A sentence worded or expressed so as to elicit information.

Synonyms
of Question:
Enquiry, query, examination, etc

These notes are from recovery in AA and/or related 12 step programs.
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Before saying anything about anyone,
I will ask myself three questions:

Is it the truth?
Is it loving?
Is it necessary?

Rarely have I spoken badly of anyone after asking myself these questions. –Unknown

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Did you ever notice that children ask the best questions?
Why are things the way they are?

How do they work?
How did we get here?

Who made us?
Why?

These are the most important questions in life.
Such questions are questions of the spirit.

But thinking about these things is good because it helps us be thankful for the mystery of life. I’ll never understand everything, but will You please teach me something interesting today?  Thank You. –God Grant Me. . . | More…

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Where were you born? Where is your home? Where are you going? What are you doing? If we think about where our home is or where we are going and what we are doing as spiritual questions, we may find some comforting answers. Perhaps the place where we find rest, peace, and comfort is our home. That may be in a moment of meditation rather than in a physical place. If we are headed toward a manhood of self-respect, the problems of today are only challenges along the way. As we simplify our lives and let the truth be on the surface, we find profound meaning. | More…

 

 

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