Questions have a home. They are earthed, embedded in time and space, and especially in place.
We hold them in the here and now.
If we treat them as delicate, otherworldly baubles to simply gaze at in their conceptual beauty, their essence will fade and not benefit us at all.
The questions that make their presence known are gifts for us to pay attention to now.
For me, this is intentionally living with questions, even though they can be unsettling.
I wonder what question you are holding ‘for such a time as this’?