Are You Asking Questions or are You Asking Conclusions?


My most recent encounter of someone asking a conclusion was when I brought up the idea of booking a hotel room downtown for no other reason than I thought it would be nice.

“Isn’t that a waste of money?”  It the question which I encountered.

I smiled in reply.  I didn’t need to argue this point.  It was not a question, but a decision about my foolish use of personal resources.

Tip:  Questions open doors;  Conclusions close doors.

Tip:  Questions open doors;  Conclusions close doors.

My response, instead was to stay silent.  In my mind I asked “What would this use of money truly provide me?” I enjoyed the energies of a window with a different view; access to dining and event options only footsteps away; a pool, hot tub, and spa on site; and crisp, clean linens in a bed that I could mess up and not have to make in the morning.  

From the idea of it alone, I knew that it was a valuable use of my resources for such an occasional treat.  There was no need for me to end my enjoyable plans due to another’s inability to invest in their own small delights.   Still, the other person's conclusion did prompt me to ask questions around my choice. 

How long as it been since you truly asked about your choices?  What little enjoyments can also be investments in you?


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Rann Goldrich applies her knowledge and talents towards the architecture of energy.  She has contributed to the development of energetic modalities, and created several modalities of her own including: conscious creating, liberating bodies from locked charges, collapsing anchor points, quantum jumping, changing appearances, and joyful living.


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