Day 3026: Question and Answer

“Question and Answer” is one of my favorite tunes by Pat Metheny.

One question I have when I watch that video is “Why did Michael Brecker, the wonderful sax player, have to die so young?” but I know there is no answer to that.

Yesterday my son Aaron and I were discussing hallucinogens like LSD and I asked the question, “Should I finally try those, especially because they have so profoundly affected some people I love?”

Because doctors recommend that I neither drink alcohol nor ride a moped these days, I’m thinking the answer is “no.”

If your question is “When is Ann going to share her latest images?” the answer is “now.”

Feel free to share any question or answer in the comments section, below.

No matter what the question, my answer is gratitude, so thanks to all who help me create these daily posts, including YOU.

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16 thoughts on “Day 3026: Question and Answer

  1. Am I really here, or am I the figment of someone else’s imagination?

  2. puella33

    Beautiful sunset

  3. I think everything I need to know about hallucinogens I learned from reading Aldous Huxley’s Heaven And Hell. I’m not sure the benefits outweigh the risks. Interestingly at the same time I was reading Huxley’s work I was also reading a translation of Antigone in which Ismene asks her sister, “Why try to catch the wind?”
    The answer to that, I also think, should be obvious.

  4. Question: where is Harley? Answer: I don’t know.

  5. why do i love natural things such as rocks, shells, and water so much? because they are beautiful and calming and full of endless wonder.

  6. Some excellent images and gorgeous music

  7. A: It is a beautiful time of year, Ann.

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