Sometimes the question wants to take over. Sometimes it does. Sometimes we feel like we are living under and dwelling in the shadow of the almighty question. Sometimes life seems like one big question.

Just breathe.

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American friends! My wife is American, and our 3 kids have American citizenship. So we get two Thanksgivings a year. Have a great one! Much love to all.

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7 Replies to “BIG QUESTION”

  1. “And would it have been worth it, after all,
    After the cups, the marmalade, the tea,
    Among the porcelain, among some talk of you and me,
    Would it have been worth while,
    To have bitten off the matter with a smile,
    To have squeezed the universe into a ball
    To roll it toward some overwhelming question…”
    “Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” T.S. Eliot.

    Comes to mind.

  2. After the waiting before the answer do I enter your rest.
    In your rest can I receive what answers can not give me.
    Inner peace and a knowing that I am secure.
    Our life seems never to be a straight path, rather a winding road.
    Paved with stones of disappointment, doubt, fear, problems of life.
    No men can remove the stones; they are to heavy to carry with our hands.
    It is love from the one who carried every burden that can remove them.
    He will remove them, if we let him get near enough.
    In him we accept the winding of the road, fear for what is around the corner changes in an excitement for the coming adventures.
    He does not change the road, he changes our view, our heart, if, if we let him near our stones.
    To often do we protect the stones, which make us stumble, do we think we can handle life on our own.
    If we let Jesus near, if he lifts our stones,
    than can we see the treasures hidden under stones of pain.
    Questions remain; the winding road carries on…
    Jesus loves makes that I can say:
    “After the waiting before the answer do I enter your rest.”

  3. @ David – Happy Thanksgiving. As an American living in Canada forever, I’ve only ever celebrated Cdn. Thanksgiving..hmm, maybe it’s time to start celebrating both..I mean is there any greater meal than Thanksgiving dinner?

    @ Marc – beautiful..did you write this? if not, where is it from?

  4. David, I love your question cartoons. I would like to use one (probably this one) with a blog post I’m writing about asking questions. Your image use page says to credit you and this site — do you prefer to know in advance? Please let me know so I do it right.

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