new questions


For most of my life, I’ve been a seeker. The trouble was I could never quite figure out what I was seeking.

As is typical with a lot of things in life, we find the answers we are searching for in the most unlikely of places.

I was wandering around Philadelphia, PA looking for nothing in particular when I stumbled upon a very small bookstore. It had funky new-age presence that was attractive.

On the stacks I found a book titled, That Which You Are Seeking is Causing You to Seek, by Cheri Huber.

It has taken me 14 years to figure out what that means. I would like to say that I spend my days in endless bliss now that I have figured out the riddle.

I’m reminded of a poster I saw a few years back. On this poster was a monkey scratching his head and looking very perplexed. The caption underneath read: “Just when I figured out all the answers, they changed the questions.�

That is where I find myself at now in this great adventure called life, standing on the threshold.

And the quest continues…

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