What do I intend to do about that? – Neale Donald Walsch
Neale calls them the 3 persistent questions and the 4 fundamental questions of life, reproduced below! We started with persistent question #1 here: What Is It That? Fundamental question #4 is presented above.
This has been a journey in self-enquiry. It’s a journey that can never end because our selves are deeper than we can imagine. We’re a fragment of the divine creator of it all. We have the ability to co-create with God and it’s up to us what perspective we adopt while on this journey. An adventurous and hopeful perspective will serve us well, because All Is Well and it’s never been otherwise. Rejoice and be happy!
THE THREE PERSISTENT QUESTIONS
1. How is it possible that 6.9 billion people can all claim to want the same thing (peace, security, opportunity, prosperity, happiness, and love) and be singularly unable to get it?
2. Is it possible that there is something we do not fully understand about life, the understanding of which would change everything?
3. Is it possible that there is something we do not fully understand about ourselves, about our own life and its purpose, the understanding of which would shift our reality and alter our experience for the better, forever?
THE FOUR FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS OF LIFE
1. Who am I?
2. Where am I?
3. Why am I where I am?
4. What do I intend to do about that?
Daily Affirmation: Today I ask … what’s next for me?
Recommendation: The Storm Before the Calm by Neale Donald Walsch