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Have you been asking the right questions? Asking the right questions can lead us to a path of freedom or a path of confusion depending on what kind of questions you asked. Lately, I have been asking & searching about my beliefs. The things that I was taught as a child. The things that I have been inundated with traditions & religions.

Do you ever find yourself asking questions just like a curious George, the monkey?

Always asking. Curiosity leads us to something different and unfamiliar. The more you ask questions, and the more you search, you’ll eventually find the answers you are looking for. One of the questions I have been asking is “what is life?”

Journey To Finding Out About Life

I have been asking the question, “what is life,” and trying to figure out the answers. I have learned that life is what you make it. Life is given to you for a purpose and for a reason. Therefore, it is up to you how to use it wisely or unwisely.

Life is energy. Energy is life. Life is a gift that is something you cannot take back once you lose it. It is a gift that each one of us is given. The air we breathe, the lungs, the heartbeat & this vessel that is given to us.

And I have been asking questions like

What do I really believe about Christianity & my faith?

Yes, I still believe in God. I still believe in the Creator. Otherwise, I wouldn’t be here. How else would you explain the earth and the sky, the trees and the mountains if there was no creator? I know there is a creator. But sometimes being a Christian, we have been brainwashed and taught by pastors and church leaders that have their own interpretation of the bible.

Is the bible still relevant to this day?

Of course, it depends on who you ask. I have been researching historical evidence that the bible is from God, breathe through men. But I’ve learned that there is some inconsistency about the bible. The bible is a manual or a guideline in life, we can either take the precepts or leave them. It all depends on you. In my own theory, the bible was put together by a bunch of authors who decided to compile it together, and this is how the bible was created.

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Religiosity vs. Spirituality

Do you ever feel condemned when you don’t read your bible every day? Have you been labeled or feel judged that you are not a real Christian by some of the Christian community or group when you don’t read your bible or attend church? I used to walk around in condemnation and insurmountable guilt when I don’t read my bible or attend church. This was something I grew up doing and the idea that was imposed on me as a child that I must attend church.

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Here’s the thing, I have realized, even if we skip reading our bible daily or attend church every Sunday, we are all given a conscience. You & I are born with it. With our conscience, we will determine between right from wrong. Some might refer to this as your “inner voice” or the voice within. Whoever you are. It doesn’t matter what your nationality is or your background or affiliation, you will know one way or another whether or not you are doing things that are right or things that are wrong.

Religiosity is doing or performing to earn God’s love. But not having a deeper connection with God. It is on a performance basis. Spirituality is more than just going to church and reading your bible. It is a lifestyle. The choices you make in your daily lives reflect the image of God. It is abiding with God on a daily basis and incorporating Him into your schedule not just on Sundays or whenever it’s convenient for you.

Questions To Ask:

Now that I know what life is all about. I want to go on further and ask the following questions.

#1 Who Do I Want To Become?

Many of us live our lives never really asking the question who do we want to become? Many of us waste our time not learning who we really are. And not understanding who we are created to become. We somehow just live our lives going through the motion. Living our lives like the groundhog day. If you haven’t seen this movie, I encourage you to see this movie. It speaks volumes about how our lives are in the auto pilot by going through the same old patterns in life. We somehow programmed ourselves by repetitions without engaging or being present.

I have learned that I am living in automation. You just do things out of a habit, but not really engaging in what you are doing. Not really being present to what you are currently doing. And this is something that I would like to change about myself. And ask the questions, “who do I want to become today, & how do I want to show up today?” If I screw up yesterday, I can change and start fresh. I can say to myself, “yesterday was not a good day, I can show up differently today as a calm, poise & collected woman.” I can show up today as confident & as a vibrant woman. Depending on how you would like to show up today.

These are the questions I have been asking myself.

Who do I want to be to my husband? Who do I want to be to my son? Who do I want to be as a woman? These are some questions you may want to consider asking of becoming who you would like to be. Not based on the outside or external circumstances. Or the opinion of other people about you. But really understanding about who you are made of & the character that makes you unique.

It is about knowing your values, beliefs, strengths, and weaknesses. By assessing ourselves, we can eventually find out who we really are. Most of us don’t have a real grasp of who we are because we have been swayed by other people’s perspectives on how they perceive us. This is why most of us when we don’t understand ourselves better we get easily offended when we are being criticized. However, we forget that somebody else’s comment about you has nothing to do about you or me. Rather, it is based on their paradigm or wrong assumptions about you.

#2 How Do You Want To Live Your Life?

The answer I can give you to this question is “to live your life however you want to live your life.” Whatever makes you happy and brings excitement into your life. For me though, I want to live my life with simplicity, peace, joyful and full of adventure. This is the kind of life I would like to live.

I love nature & gardening. Nature makes me centered and grounded. When I am out and about in nature, it makes me see life in a different way. Life is colorful. Nature brings me serenity. When I am in nature, I am not worried about worldly things like accumulating wealth, keeping up with the Kardashians, and trying so hard to be like or to become popular. I feel carefree.

Introvert vs. Extrovert

I am both an introvert and an extrovert. I enjoy being alone most of the time. I enjoy my own company, but at the same time, I also like to surround myself with a small group of people. As much I enjoy going out, but too much crowd & noise exhausts me. I draw my energy from being by myself in a quiet place where I can contemplate. I like to read and meditate by just sitting in the corner with my eyes closed while listening to soothing music. When I get overwhelmed with life, my closet is my safe space to run to, that’s where I normally spent my day praying and talking to God.

Goal Setting

Goals lead to a life with purpose. I have realized that if I have no goals or plans for my life, I feel as though I have no direction. This is why I am an advocate of having short-term goals and long-term goals for your life. Go back and ask yourself the questions, what are your plans in the future? What do you want to accomplish in life? Whatever it may be, figure it out and work towards your dreams and goals. I don’t know what it is but whenever I wrote my goals down in a notebook, the majority of them are accomplished. There’s somehow magic that took place when you jot your goals down. Just try it!

Setting goals allows you to paint a vision

of what you wish your future to be.

Catherine Pulsifer

#3 What Can You Do With Your Life?

To answer this question, it is all up to you. You can design your life however you please. You can be a career woman or man, an entrepreneur, a full-time housewife, an actress, a politician, a humanitarian, and a student. The list is endless. As for me, to answer this question, “what can I do with my life?” Well, I want to make the best out of this life. I believe I am at the right place and at the right time. We must learn how to appreciate where we are planted. To bloom where you are planted, and understand which season you are in your life. Each one of us is in different seasons. Therefore, learn to enjoy the journey. Be the best to where you are currently situated at this moment in time.

So, there you have it. Start asking quality questions, and eventually you will find what you are looking for.

Probably my best quality as a coach is that I ask a lot of challenging questions and let the person come up with the answer. 

Phil Dixon


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