What is our question now?

Questions can become blunt and powerless if we treat them as a commodity. When we’ve found a good one, and we assume it’s fit for all time.

Like the hammer and nail scenario, this rather misses the point

And today, more than ever, we need to be open to exploring new questions because the world is changing.

Perhaps this is another dimension of becoming, of leaning into the challenge and complexity of real life.


These trees came down across the green path in the recent storms. And we can’t clear them entirely until the tractor is mended.

So do I clamber up into the woods to go round them? Or stay and explore the impact that opening up the light has on the undergrowth and nearby ford?

These weren’t my questions previously.