Embodying shape and purpose

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Pondering the questions that shape and ultimately define us has taken me to deeper places. And I’m grateful.

Letting this question do its work has the sense of the sculptor chiselling away to reveal the form within the rock. It’s not what it looks like from the outside.

And the idea of form itself is interesting, as this is both the shape and its purpose.

As Stefan Powell tweeted in response to my post On becoming the question:

My question; what difference ARE you gonna make? Rather than would you like to …

The perseverance to embody our question’s shape and purpose, not just think about it.

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