Day 2005: Here are the questions …

If you’re searching for the answer behind today’s title, here it is:

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Here are the questions …

  • Who is welcome?
  • Where are the safe places?
  • How should we enter?
  • What is the next step forward?
  • Why don’t more people vote?
  • What will they vote for next?
  • Who’s in charge?
  • What is justice?
  • Who are the justices?
  • Who is corrupt?
  • Who is fighting for the rights of the people?
  • Why should we build walls?
  • What would make you happy?
  • What endures?
  • What does it mean to be strong?
  • When will strong women no longer be called “bitchy”?
  • Why should I smile today?
  • Who  listens to radio?
  • What are people listening to?
  • Why can’t I get to sleep after checking the news?
  • What important questions are missing here?
  • What other photos did I take yesterday?

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Where is there a space reserved for your comments?  Below.

Here are questions and answers by Pat Metheny:

 

Who is grateful for all who helped me create this questionable post and for all who are reading it? Ann is.

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12 thoughts on “Day 2005: Here are the questions …

  1. One thing that endures is your blog. I will not touch the radio if you do not change your smile (too much). 🙂

  2. PS. You are up very late! Or very early!

  3. My late friend, Wolf, was originally the tutor in charge of my Social Work training course. We knew him as God. He, of course, knew that. One day he told us that he was not the god of answers, but he was the god of questions

  4. Freedom, that’s the answer I keep coming up with for many of the questions, even if it doesn’t quite make sense.

  5. Question everything, is what they used to say. Who are they, is what I used to think. Have a good day, Ann.

  6. The question I always have is, what would make an interesting and useful comment? Should I try to offer something original, quote someone else, or perhaps some combination? These aren’t easy questions and yet I always find something.

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