Bullion Grey

Rookie - 83 Points (12/28/1960 / Earth)

The Question Of Question? - Poem by Bullion Grey

The question of reality, answered by each according to their experience and thoughts, resulting from experience.
Labeling a thought then leads to labeling a question which then labels an answer.

Perhaps intuitive questions are leading one to real answers, but what if it doesn’t?
Deductive questions wrap things together which then may not be including the answer we need.
Inductive questions expand our ability to create answers but there are no guarantees.
Hypothetical questions present another set of creative boundaries that still make no promise of the actual sought answer.
Declarative questions oppose a true answer and it can only call forth a stipulated answer.
Creative, vivid, collaborative developed questions can be the answer to many possibility.
Truly a question of possibility may include all these thoughts. Though unasked questions can lead to answers or doubt. Questions expand the fundamental field of existence. But, we remember that it is only until the probability presents itself that we can journey forward, it was for centuries we have the materials to build cars, trains, even planes…but they only came about through the relentless question.

We are not obligated to answer any question. Yet, we are free to seek any answer we feel we need. God has not provided definitive answers to any questions - (through Unquestionable means): which leads one to think we must find our own answers. But the question that dominates is: God can I ask the right question to receive the right insight?

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 12, 2009

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