As you know, a fundamental premise of my work is that the key to understanding is in the questions that you ask, not the answers that you seek. The answers may change as you change, grow and evolve. The world is not static; the great questions remain the same.
Look at a toddler. They are filled with wonder and take great joy in the investigation process. It is a gift that we trade to some extent once we begin to experience the fear that results from choice and consequence. We begin to worry and assess to determine whether our choice will achieve the results that we desire. Strategic thinking has its benefits, but sometimes the best strategy is not to have one and to be open to allow things to unfold. Can you be clear about what you want without trying to master and control the way it appears?
Today, I want you to consider two things. What is the question that begs an answer? Pick one. Now, let go. You heard me. Let go. Allow the answer to come to you. Know that it is coming, but allow it to show up in any way that it wishes. Pay attention because you are about to be astounded.
Success or sabotage? Ask the questions and be willing to revisit them. Become comfortable with the unknown. Enjoy the adventure.
Is this going to be an incredible day? Surrender to the wonder and you will experience how "incredible" life can be.