In Tuesday’s post I began a line of inquiry based on the teachings of J. Krishnamurti. Here’s the question I gave to start the discussion, which is followed by the questions others posted in the comments section. The questions in italics are ones that occurred to me as I read through them again, one by one.
Thanks to everyone who participated. If you try something like this on your own blog, let me know. I’ll be there in the front row, raising my hand wildly.
What is the knot in my chest?
When will I be complete?
If so, can it be that there is no single ‘missing’ piece of the puzzle, but the puzzle organises itself through association?
Are humans much different than ants?
How do I know when something is complete?
How can you laugh at yourself more?
What is interesting to me?
If I forget about the puzzle will the pieces disappear?
Will the pieces reveal themselves to me when I die?
Is the sore place in my heartspace encoded in my DNA?
Is it my life’s work to become whole?
Will the mystery ever be solved?